Oh, and as a side note, I see some possibilities for these consumer HD video camera phones as eventually creating trickle-down applications for manned security. Picture the security officer with a fairly inexpensive, body-worn video recording device that he/she could activate when responding to an incident. We've already seen officer-worn cameras that retail for a few hundred dollars, but what if you could get the price down to less than $100? The implication then is that the officer might purchase it him/herself, just as they often have to purchase all of their duty gear (belt, light, weapon, etc.). The challenges for this mobile, body-worn application clearly would be in areas of image stabilization, cost and low-light sensitivity, but if you believe the press release above, sensor companies are rapidly improving in those areas.