So, after 2 days of waiting and constantly visiting ifans.com, I finally decided to go ahead and buy it. I paid a flat $20 for an iTunes card, and wasn't charged any taxes. $19.99 was the exact price it charged. So, for $19.99, I wasn't sure if it was too much of an enhancement from a jailbroken Touch. You get the My Location feature in Google Maps, as well a somewhat new UI in Google Maps, supporting the new Hybrid view. The My Location feature works like a dream. Anywhere in my house, I just tap the locate me icon, and boom, right there, there's a circle around my house. From there you can go ahead and get directions or even drop a pin and bookmark it. You also get "Webclips." Now, this is no better than the iPhone Popper except for the fact that it's much more convenient to use. No computer required. Just go to any site, press the + icon, and add to home page. It is no "better" than the iPhone Popper, but it is a heck lot more convenient. You know, I always hated constantly going to Summerboard to adjusting just one icon on the home screen. The new feature makes it so simple. It lets you put your icons anywhere, and you can have up to 144 apps. It's not really any better than summerboard, except for the fact that you can have your icons split. So, sometimes I wanted to just have 1 icon in the last row. I couldn't do that. I either had to skip the last row or put them all there, which made it look a little messy. This problem is now solved. And finally, Weather, Stocks, and Notes applications work identically to a Jailbroken iPod Touch. Now for performance. People have said that the new firmware shows better performance and everything seems smoother. For me, I've found that when you press the home button, then it does move a bit quicker. I've also so far, experienced no crashes. So, who is this for? If you want all the new apps, officially, and with innovations like My Location, and Webclips, and you want it NOW, then I really think this software pack is for you. At $19.99, it's not SO bad, especially considering that your warranty is safe, and you'll be able to use all the amazing features in the official SDK releasing in late Feburary. If you don't mind waiting, the new features aren't too compelling to you, and you love the 3rd party apps "currently" exclusive to jailbreaking, then you're probably better off keeping your Jailbroken Touch. Update: After reading that the video out feature may work, I decided to try it. I plugged in my iPod Touch to the Apple Universal Dock, and plugged in the OLDER version of the iPod TV connectors, which didn't work prior to the update to 1.1.3. Well, Im delighted to report that it works. Just plug your iPod into the dock, and when going to display a video it'll ask you if you want to display to the TV. Plug it in and you're off. I begun watching Macworld 2008, and the quality looks awesome. I think it looks better than the Nano. Well, that's another great feature of 1.1.3. Hope you enjoy!