New poster here. I looked around and could only find threads that mentioned this issue briefly on what I consider a show-stopping issue when comparing Android to other high-end smart phones. What I'm interested in is "total storage" available. If I understand correctly, the total storage available to any Android device so far is 16 GB (largest microSD that I can find for sale), often with a paltry 512 MB built-in, with less than that available to users. 256 MB on the Droid, for example. To me, this looks really outdated in comparison to other high-end smart phones such as the iPhone and N900. The iPhone has a 32 GB version (the old 16 GB version has been available for a year and half now!), and will almost surely have a 64 GB version available in summer 2010. The N900 has 32 GB built-in as well PLUS a microSD slot for a max of something over 50 GB (I've heard 80 GB is possible, though I don't understand how). I'm very interested in Android (especially the Nexus One), but are there any Android phones yet that are capable of replacing a PMP or are they all limited to around 16 GB of total storage? 16 GB is absolutely not going to replace a PMP to me, and that is the only remaining reason I have left for passing on getting an Android device. I also take issue with those that say "the apps are only 1-3 MB, so you can fit plenty in the 256 MB." IMO that's extremely short-sighted, especially when there have been other platforms for years now showing the popularity of heavy 3D graphics in their apps and the necessary storage needed to do that. Why should Android users settle for arbitrarily handicapping developers in this way? If the apps are good now, imagine how good they'd be if they weren't so constrained by storage space. And yeah, I know you can offload some of the app data to the card, but that just compounds the previous problem of the already meager space for media files! Why don't any of the Android hardware makers feel the need to make something competitive with Apple/Nokia in the storage area?