Got the new 1.1.3 update on my virgin, never jailbraked ipod touch and paid the 20 bucks for the new apps. But where are the docs? It seems Apple thinks everything is so "obvious" that no explanatory docs are ever needed. And while that mostly _IS_ true, not everything is so obvious. I try to sync my outlook 2000 contacts and calendar, but it doesn't work. Probably not supported for such an old app, but why can't they spell out what does work? Offering to sync with "Outlook" seems pretty simple and obvious, but it doesn't work. I'm excited about the "notes" app, but find that it's pretty useless. There's no way to sync a bunch of text notes I've used for some time with my pocket pc, yet alone a search tool to find some string in all your notes files that would make it really useful. The maps app looks cool, but whenever I try to find my current location, it tells me I'm somewhere in Sacramento California. (I'm in Portland Oregon). Where are the docs to explain how it works and why this would happen? I can believe it might not know where my home wifi connection is located, but even roaming to other wifi spots that should be well known doesn't work. Lyrics are now supposedly supported, but I've yet to find anything anywhere that tells me how to enable it. Try safari web surfing. Touch a link to somewhere else on a website, it opens a new window, scrolling over to the right for the new page. But when you close it, it scrolls further to the right again to some other website instead of the more obvious back to the left where you were before... Clueless. Not to mention nothing's cached so you could see anything if you're not still wifi connected at the time. Since Firefox is so popular, where is the option to sync bookmarks with it? The only choice is IE which I hardly ever use now that Firefox is around. Why is photos sync so lame? You can only sync one directory? If you select another one to add, it deletes the previous one replacing with the newly selected one. Do you really have to make a new single directory on your pc with duplicate copies of all the photos you want to sync? Yes, I guess it's just an Ipod music player and it excels at that, but all these features teasing us into thinking it could be a cool fully featured pda just aren't cutting it yet. The capability is certainly there, it's just not fully implemented yet. And now that the first update costs us all 20 bucks, who knows how much more we'll get dinged each next time for apps that might actually work and include at least a help file or some kind of printed docs to help figure out how to use 'em?