We've got PHP, Perl, Ruby, and Python (I primarily use Python here). However, our text editor isn't terribly useful for them (don't get me wrong, I deeply appreciate the need for a simplistic text editor for other things). I'd like to use my iPod to do Python/CGI development on the go. I accept that it won't ever get a port of Photoshop, lol, but otherwise it's got everything I need to make a website except a good text editor. You see, while syntax highlighting is good, my main concern is formatting support. Python is the only language where whitespace is syntax. If you don't tab a line, your script will fail. Our text editor has no support for tabulation, and if it does, it doesn't display it on-screen (I opened a python script and saw everything aligned purely left, no tabs [and they were definitely there]). I'd really appreciate if somebody could get something like notepad2 on here that'd support formatting and (though less mandatory for my needs, useful) syntax highlighting. I'd do it myself, but I've never even programmed for a Mac before much less a scaled down one. I plan to learn, but not quite yet. (However I've got nice themes and whatnot almost ready to release) Edit: Oh and by the way, the keyboard cannot rotate in the current text editor, and I think that it would make an awesome edition to have screen rotation and/or just the option for a horizontal view (even if not accellerometer controlled), because the keyboard is much larger and not only easier to use, but could be modified to hold useful things specifically for programming, like parenthesis, numbers, lessthan/greaterthan, etc., all on one keyboard screen.