I'm impressed by the web interface Apple have come up with for MobileMe, and was just wondering if you think this might be the time Apple merges iCal, Address Book and Mail (plus notes, to-dos and RSS feeds) into ONE application - like Outlook. I have read - and take on board - the arguments from both sides as to whether or not this is a good idea, but I - for one - am all for it. I would also like to see a small 'browser' window (similar to the Media Browser for audio, photos and movies in iWeb and iWork), universal across applications such as Pages and Numbers so that I can drag contacts into letters, spreadsheets, etc. much more easily. As for the single application: I would love to be able to go to the "Address Book" tab / section, click on a contact and be able to see - not only their contact information - but also a list of all the emails received from, and sent to, that contact; as well as all the linked calendar events and to-dos. The closest third party app I've seen (and tried) is Contactizer Pro and I know there are others - nothing wrong with them, except they don't feel quite... "Apple-enough"... I know this sounds picky, but I would like to see what Apple could come up with. So... what do you think? Stay separate, or merge (or is there middle ground)? What could the new app be called? As the new service will be called MobileMe, could it simply be called "Me"?