Fair enough, particularly from the support standpoint. Time will tell. But with competitors (e.g. ShapeWriter, which is already successful on iPhone market) going the other route what incentive is there for an OEM to pay for it. They will say "the end-user can pay for it if they want it"... Meanwhile the competition builds a large(r) market share. Not to mention has more steady cash revenues (i.e. Both of which mean they can spend more on development and attract even more investors). OEM based business models make sense for many things. Particularly when it's needed to reach the end user(s) and/or help with production. But in such a product where it is meant for the end user specifically and they have the means to reach that user directly it's far less necessary and, quite possibly far more restrictive.