I am as surprised as I am amused over all these teed-off reactions.
First off, though, I have a question: What's the bluetooth for?
I think it'd be nice if they made automatic syncing over it an option.
More on topic, I'd like to share that I'm extremely HAPPY that the Touch does NOT have a camera. Yes, I made a little dance around the room upon this pleasant shocker. I too bought into the rumours and speculations, so imagine my relief.
All I wanted was the 64 gigs, and I got a little processor boost on top of it. Regarding GPS, I'm anxious to see the upcoming TomTom hardware - 'cause if not for navigating in the car, I see no use for GPS on any mobile device. I can actually remember, for instance, the countries in which I take my photos - (using a neat little device called a camera).
Most of the "loyal to Apple" gadget geeks crying wolf, will very likely own a non-Apple phone that includes a camera with better specs than anything Mac have to offer. Personally, I'd like to consider the Touch a semi-'serious' device for its above-decent organizer, e-mail and web apps. To have all that on the world's "funnest" and most user-friendly portable media player, is already quite amazing.
A camera would actually spoil it for me, as do a lot of the apps that I'd never download, because to me they take a bit off the Touch's classiness. The decision to put the instant YouTube clip maker on the Nano, is an excellent one. Let them young 'uns fool around with those - that's why the Nano comes in silly colors, right?
Still, please y'all keep up the whining. It makes the real world seem so bubbly.