I know this is a sore subject with some people, so I apologize in advance. WHY won't apple try their hand at a PDA, especially when they've had such good luck with the iPod? I've heard the argument that PDAs take Apple away from their "core business"... well, I consider that bunk since Apple's making tons of cash selling cell phones and mp3 players and set-top video boxes. I've also heard that PDAs are going the way of the dodo, since smartphones will be the norm from now on. Oddly, 4 out of 5 current PDA users I speak with strongly disagree with this, so I have my doubts. I'd really like a midrange PDA with basic document editing and WiFi capability, but it seems like the stuff on the market currently isn't really innovative. OTOH, I'd have thought the iPod Touch was perfect if the screen could work with a stylus and I could edit word docs on it. I really think that the PDA market is something that needs Apple's touch, yet Apple consistently refuses to touch it. It's almost like they won't let go of the "failure" of the Newton. BTW, since all OSX releases are named after big cats, why not have the PDA-OSX be names the Kitten?