I've been druling over my pharmacist's toshiba pocket PC PDA lately. I have a sony clie, but the memory capacity is lacking in my opinion, and it's not easy to get to everything quickly. The toshiba has the ability to accept tons of expansion memory, hard drives, extra batteries, etc. It also comes with lots of internal memory. I've never really used a pocket PC device before, but this one really got my attention. He has the full Lexi suite of applications on it, including: Lexi-Drugs PlatinumTM Lexi-DrugsTM for Pediatrics Griffith's 5-Minute Clinical Consult Lexi-Natural ProductsTM Lexi-Poisoning & ToxicologyTM Lexi-Infectious DiseasesTM Lexi-Diagnostic MedicineTM Lexi-InteractTM Lexi-DrugsTM for Dentistry Lexi-DrugsTM for Nursing Medical Abbreviations Pharmacogenomics LEXI-PALSTM (Patient Advisory Leaflets) Stedman's Medical Dictionary - Concise Since it's like 250-400 bucks for a pocket PC and 200/year for the lexi suite, I was wondering if anyone else uses this combination. I love Lexi books, but 200 bucks/year for their PDA software? From what I've seen, everything is linked together. Looking up digoxin would bring up the drug info, then the tox would link to the toxicology collection, you could add it to interact, look up terms in the med dictionary, etc. Does anyone know of a better PDA? I like the toshiba, but a classmate has one of the HPs and it's pretty solid too.