Alright, I'm new to all this so forgive me for the redundancy, but I would LOVE a well informed answer on this issue. Every review/forum/newspaper I've found continues to bash the N1 and Android for only allowing 190mb of internal memory to save applications. However, every once and a while somebody mentions something about only a small amount of code is saved to the actual physical memory, and everything else can be saved to the SD card. Here's an example from a different thread by Astronomer: "Android app space is divided up into executable binaries and data, and only the executable binaries -- which tend to be quite small -- can't be stored in the SD card." So, can someone please provide an easily understood answer to all of this? IS there an issue with saving decent apps to the N1? Are developers hamstrung because of this, or can most data be saved to the SD card? If its not a problem, why is such a big deal being made about this? Thank you to anyone who can help clear this up.