We're leaving for Costa Rica on Friday. With wifi available in our room, I decided to skip the laptop and try using a Touch as an alternative. Yesterday I went to Costco and bought a 16GB 2nd generation. Started to get to know it last night and this morning and realized that I don't have nearly enough time to get everything sorted out by Friday. So, I'm looking for advice - what recommendations do you have for setting up my Touch over the next four days? I've already installed the most critical application; the carpenter's level, and some not-so-critical stuff like google mobile and Kindle. But, I'm concerned that I'll be unprepared for something, like having location sensitive stuff (Hulu?) that doesn't work in Costa Rica. There's no way I can put as much time into this thing as I'd like before I go. I've read through a couple of the sticky threads and they've given me even more ideas to explore. I'm trying to winnow the list down to things that I'll actually have time to setup and learn to use. Here's what I'd like to be able to do: 1) Have extra power (some sort of universal charger or battery dongle) that insures I won't run out of power. 2) Have entertainment (music, movies, TV) for the 14 hours of traveling starting Friday evening. (Hopefully free whenever possible.) 3) Gmail looks like it works fine, so email is covered unless there are some aps that I should know about. My wife is Outlook-based at work, so I'm hoping the Microsoft Exchange option will deliver her email. 4) Use Skype or Fring(?) to use my Touch as a phone. That will include finding a good deal on some sort of microphone/earbuds device. 5) Figure out a way to store driving maps for times when we won't have wifi. 6) Use a camera with this thing (might not be possible without a laptop intermediary) for relaying pictures back home. Anyway, sorry to bust on to this forum as a new member, but maybe this thread will be of use to other travelers with new Touches. Thanks in advance for any ideas you can come up with.