Well it is interesting to me, having just come to this forum, to see the evolution from the older posts to the newer ones. I mean it does look like much fewer people... rightly so... treat the now somewhat defunct Palm system as a hobby, even if they might still use it for more practical reasons. I do both... I do use the calender on almost a daily basis, and the "to do" lists. And since the Ique 3600 has a GPS, and has a very clear and reliable map and guidance system, and rivals some new products I've seen, I use it often for this. But I mean beyond that, Palm seems to be evolving into more hobby than practicality. It is like ham radio, or mechanical watches... the functioning, collecting, tweeking, history, and so on, is and interest in it's own right. I love the hunt for some discontinued app or game, and getting the unit to do "one more thing"... as much as re-capping a 1948 Zenith shortwave, and picking up a distant station. And don't forget, these units will someday be collectible... not necessarily valuable... but collectible I'm sure. It's been like that for everything technilogical so far. I'll bet we will see a collection online pretty soon in fact, if it has not happened already... just like any camera, radio, guitar or car site.