Anyone else notice that there is a $70 price difference between the iPod Touch 8GB and 32GB models and yet a $100 difference between the iPad 16GB and 32GB ones? So according to Apple $70 is worth 24GB of flash memory in the iPod Touch line, but for the iPad, $100 is only worth 16 GB... Does this make any sense? I am all for healthy profits for companies that provide consumers with quality products, but you have to admit, this is getting to be a bit much. When you think about it, the price Apple charges for flash memory (and 3G connectivity) is beyond orbit compared to any other electronics company. I simply cannot endorse this type of extreme price gouging, even from a company that makes great products. Anyone else feel this way?