People thought Steve Jobs was crazy when he announced Apple computers would stop being built with floppy-disk drives. They also thought he was crazy when his MacBook Air had no CD drive. He knew that eventually we would all be using solid-state memory for our storage needs. And he was right. As the price goes down on flash memory, we'll no longer only use it to transfer files between computers—it will replace traditional hard drives in our computers. The lack of moving parts means smaller applications and better durability. Sounds like the future to us.