but think I'm gonna switch. I worked my way up, from a Tungsten S - Treo 680 - Pre+ - Pre2, - Pre3 (note the progression in size for the phones). I went to the Pre+ so I could carry one device when travelling, just switching SIM cards makes it all easy.
Then the Pre3 developed a glitch (wouldn't actually work as a phone) so, instead of trying to solve it (was on my way to Panama) I reverted to the Pre2.
Then friends who are Apple enthusiasts began to tout the iPhone 4S. I saw that it was a mere 4 mm longer than the Pre3, thinner, lighter ... and then I looked at the app catalog (after being steered from another source to an app that backs up an AIS). Found even more maritime-useful apps (AIS, BTW, is what enables one to spot cargo ships from signals they send out, map them, and see the closest point of approach).
Not only does the catalog have the NYC subway app that the Palm catalog has, it also has the London Tube app that HP touts but which will not run on the Pre2 or 3, and a brazilian other things that'd be pretty damned cool. If I were to buy a used 64GB iPhone 4S I could then ditch the iPod when travelling, thereby lightening pockets even more.
Yes, the iOS6 does not behave (in many ways) as nicely as WebOS, but I'm beginning to thing my days with Palm are about to come to an end.