I have just had a lightning bolt of a realization hit me. I was talking to some iPhone owning pals about "isn't a pain that we have such cool phones, and lots of apps, but you have to be careful not to download too many or you'll run out of space" and they are like "Huh?" So I'm like "I wish I could sort apps in the Marketplace by app SIZE instead of price or rating, because I don't have room for any really large apps" and they're like "What the heck are you talking about?" So I tell them "I really wanted to download the Inception App but it was 32mb, and who has that kind of room?" and then they started laughing... They tell me that they can use the "space" on their phones for whatever they want. If you have an 8gb iPhone, you can (potentially) put 8gb of apps on it. Or 16gb, or 32gb - whatever. JUST LIKE AN IPOD! [forehead smack] See - I own an iPod, and - yeah - duh - I can fill it with whatever. Music, photos, movies OR APPS. The iPod doesn't care! Now I am heartbroken. See - for me? It's all about the apps. That is the Most.Important.Thing. I am disappointed because before I bought an Android phone, I (thought) I did extensive research. Epic Fail. Now I want an iPhone. Just to be clear - I DO prefer the interface of the Android (I have the HTC Eris), I like how you can customize it, there is lots and lots to like about it. BUT. The app space. Why would Android make this SO different from the way the iPhone stores apps? Am I the only one bummed out about the size of the phone memory? Is there anything I can do before I give up and go to the Other Side? Thanks!