Personally, I am more concerned that Apple has decided to charge for new features to a current line of iPods. Disregard for a moment the "new" applications. If we only look at web clips, lyrics, and the new home screen icon re-arranging- it seems rather worrisome that Apple is making its customers pay anything. I do not believe that users of current-generation iPods have ever had to pay for new updates, some of which included new features. To put these features in the "upgrade" bundle is deceitful at best; at worst it is predatory toward early adopters. We keep discussing the merits of Apple's case to charge based on the fact that applications are included in the "upgrade", but in the process we miss this more pressing and alarming issue. I believe that the debate over paying for new features is where the topic of discussion should continue regarding the 1.1.3 "upgrade", and it should be where we hold the most leverage against Apple.