Since Microsoft sets strict hardware requirements for the phone manufacturers are there caps currently on the memory storage to not be above 16GB from Microsoft? What I'm getting at is Microsoft still has the 15 month old Zune HD 32 GB and Zune HD 64 GB hardware players that they are selling directly. Are they handicapping the WP7 for the first year or so as to not hurt the Zune HD PMP sales? The microSDHC card issues in the WP7 aside are we going to see a Windows Phone 7 hardware unit with with 32GB NAND memory available in 2011 from any hardware maker? It's just a matter of 6-12 months before Apple has an iPhone with 64GB storage. If Microsoft wants to compete in an iPhone smartphone market they need to offer 32GB phones running WP7 in 2011. Does Microsoft think people are not willing to pay extra money for 64GB storage to hold video & music?