I've been looking forward to replacing my (quite beat-up) Treo 650 with something newer. I could really use the larger on-board RAM capacity of the 680 or 700p, but instead it looks like I will be switching (in June! Alas alack!) to an Apple iPhone instead. I hope there's a plucker replacement quickly, but with Safari built-in, that shouldn't be terrible.

Actually, guess I will simply whack sites into local directories using wget and browse them that way...

I will miss the 60gb capacity of my iPod photo, though -- I've been looking forward to a larger drive to fit all my music, and didn't want to get the current 80gb video, instead preferring to wait for a larger screen. Now it looks like I can have either 480x320 or 80gb. Right now, I have 500mb of photos on the iPod, and about 50gb of MP3s; I've been dying for more capacity, partially for video...

The 60gb will probably become a permanent part of our home stereo.

Bluetooth has been a long time coming, but who thought an iPod device would support 7 frequencies? a/b/g/n (I don't know if it will actually associate with an 802.11a-only netowork, but apparently .11n includes 5GHz support), BT2, and quad-band GSM/EDGE.

The Apple tv is very nice, but doesn't fulfill an immediate need for us. If we didn't have Julia, buying TV shows from the Apple Store might be a same-cost replacement for our cable + TiVo bill, but it doesn't make that much sense for us right now. That said, if we weren't still dealing with real estate, or had a serious home stereo connected to a TV, Apple tv might be an impulse buy.

Aha! New AirPort Extreme (that also looks like a slice o' mini, or a scale), with draft N. I'm skeptical of Apple's "super-compatible" claims, though...

See also: Playlist: Who's Afraid of the Apple iPhone Megamix.