With reviews of the iPod Touch, like Walt Mossberg's that say it is a good device but point out its unnecessary flaws, cause Apple to fix this product now, instead of waiting for the second generation. Such as: 1. Crippled software. I know a lot of dumb-ass people are saying it is a media device and not a PDA, so it doesn't need all the apps the iPhone has. This is a bad argument. The programs are already written, the device uses the same processor, and the same touch interface. There is no logical reason not to include them that I can think of. If you don't need them, you don't have to use them. 2. Battery Life. As Walt Mossberg pointed out, the battery life is is significantly shorter than Apple's normally conservative estimates. I don't know what caused this, perhaps using a sub-par manufacturer in order to cut costs. If so, will they change suppliers in order to get the expected results. I know changing the manufacturing process has been slow in the past, but Apple's quickness in resolving the screen issue leads me to think anything is possible at this point. Especially if they are getting some negative feedback from the media about them.