I believe the real story will be the suite of applications and web services available at the launch of this secret product and not so much the device itself. I don't expect to see a really revolutionary device, just a well connected device (all the wireless connectivity, 802, cell, BT), with a nice size screen for web browsing and a keyboard. I expect Palm to expand the online services to allow you to backup, store data (at least 1gb), purchase and install applications over a wireless connection, stream voice and data, and communicate with other like devices through a wireless connection easily. Could also see a partnership of sorts and compatibility with one of the companies offering a suite of online office productivity applications (Google or Zoho?). I wouldn't be surprised to see a device able to be controlled somewhat through voice commands as well. And of course push email. I think the device will be pocketable, so I expect a 4-5 inch screen and I believe it will run the new OS, which I bet they have been working on longer than many of us think. So I expect more of a well thought out solution that offers a more complete user experience than any other wireless device, not so much a dramatically revolutionary device itself.