Like a lot of you, I imagine, i'm right close to the allocated space limit for the internal phone storage. With Froyo still (probably) a way off this still remains an issue. I was wondering though how people handle being so close to the limit. My problems seem to come when I update my apps. Despite no reason for space increase when I update them I regularly lose space. Today I update a couple of apps and it pushed me over the limit, so I had to go in a find a few I don't use and remove them. That left me with supposed about 15.5mb left, but now it's gone down to 14.95, despite no apps being added, so I can see a warning coming soon. One thing I have noticed is that for some apps removing them completely, and then added them back again seems to gain you some space. It unfortunately is just blind luck in finding ones that will happen for, or at least it seems to be so to me. Also very annoying is that the space you clear by deleting apps doesn't seem to correspond with what you get back. I just cleared supposedly 1.5mb of cache from the web browser, yet I only got 500kb of space back?! Obviously i've been through all the apps and looked for any that I can clear the cache for. So anyone got any tips? One thing I would like to know is why the low space warning has to come at ~15mb? Seems to be i've always got that space just wasted, which is a pain as there are plenty of 200-300kb apps I could add, using just 5mb of the space.