So after the Touch came out without a camera, and everyone had a few days of mourning... I have some things that need to be done ... or well... I'm just going to be left feeling under whelmed with my expensive hardware. Cleaning up the App Store. So Jobs has called the Touch a game device, so split the "Touch Games" from the App Store.. give us a Game Store. Sure, leave the puzzle games and what not on the App Store (most of which are crap, and should be free), and only allow quality publishers into the Game Store. And then Jobs.. and only then can you go and compare how many titles there are on the platform vs. PSP and DS. Why? because I can homebrew DS easy to play ANY flash game, and all sorts of other junk, and I'm sure I can do the same with the PSP(never tried). And all that is free, all these puzzle games, board games, and whatever else .. are not games - they are short time consumers meant for the same thing Snake was meant for on the old Nokias. Most of which I could load onto the DS for free in flash form or something another.. so that just boosted the crap content for the DS and probably the PSP .. So just because you can put crap on something don't make it valid content. Apple, make a controller attachment. Something, come up with something. Its needed, and don't charge over $20 for the damn thing. I do not want third party junk, I want an official controller dock, something you put the Touch in and it'll make it about as big as the PSP... and should have a better battery in it. I welcome the Touch as a game device, I love Need For Speed Undercover, and a few other games such as Trace, and Bounce. I also love Paper Toss, all of which are on totally different levels. Need For Speed is a quality game, and I have spent hours playing it. Trace and Bounce are slightly less quality, but because of their innovative format and fact that they are touch specific makes them amazing games to actually play for longer than a few minutes. Paper Toss is a perfect example of how others should be, its a fun time waster and a basic mobile game.. and IS FREEEEEE. Also, just a few quick ideas. Guitar Hero wants to come to the touch, I suggest finding a way to offer a Guitar controller.. the DS did.. so figure that out and no one will question your "gaming title". Don't come out with a new hardware enhancement for graphics next year, this puts developers on pins and needles, they need something to make games for and do not need to be making 2 or more versions of the same game for different versions of the same platform. The iPod Touch 1G and 2G are not game devices persay, but the 3G is. So you can get away with making quality games just for the new hardware.. but if you come out wit something new in the next year that makes the 3G's gaming hardware obsolete your asking for more people to just get pissed and stick to DS and PSP. And one last note on the "game store" idea.. Games should never exceed the $15 mark as to keep the Touch on a whole new playing field. Srsly.. it should be a rule to cap there.