1) AppleTV with higher quality, WIDESCREEN content. I'm not talking 1080P here, maybe just 540P+ with higher bitrates that isn't designed for viewing on a 3in x 2in screen. If AppleTV is designed be used on widescreen televisions, the least they can do is provide us video that fits the shape of our TV correctly!
I live in the city and have been receiving local HD channels using an antenna for the last three years. The only TV shows I miss that I would actually pay for are the Daily Show and the Colbert Report, and I think with all of the video podcasts and movie rentals the AppleTV would be a nice addition to the home. (We rent maybe 1 movie per month right now, too much trouble to run to the video store.) That is, provided the quality of the video no longer looks like the 7th Guest or some Quicktime 3 demo from the mid-nineties.
2) iPhone nano. Definitely not in the cards this year, but I'd probably jump over an iPhone that is more "music phone" and less "internet appliance". I'm near a computer all day-- I have no need for a built in browser and even less need to pay for an overpriced data plan. iCal, Address Book, and Music (A2DP) that integrates with my computer is about all I'd ever need. And I'd like it to fit in my front pocket easily, without the need for a carrying case or a man purse or whatever. Think of it like the shitty ROKR phone except it actually wouldn't suck. I'd be all over that.