Replaced my aging HTC Touch HD with a Nexus One three weeks ago. It's amazing that this phone, released close to 10 months ago, is still pretty competitive both against the iPhone 4 or recently released Android handsets. Korean version btw, came with an SLCD instead of AMOLED - which is cool. I didn't like the somewhat blurry letters on my friend's desire, and the extra brightness (albeit small) comes in handy in daylight. Don't watch movies on the thing (where AMOLED is better), I have a 37" LCD TV for that, or my netbook. Everything is cool about this phone, the only missing feature was Skype, but that problem went away a week ago.
Syncronizing files through dropbox between phone and PC, Netbook. Backups through WIFI using SyncToy on Windows 7 (Home Network is a very cool feature). I have all my important data in three places - Documents, Pictures, Books, etc. are synced between the netbook and my PC, and I have an external HDD (shock resistant, hardened) for offline storage.
The 1201n still runs strong, can't find a better netbook at a similar price, even almost a year after its release. Yeah, it has a somewhat shorter battery life than the newer iterations, but it has a dual core desktop CPU, and battery is still good for 4-5 hours.
And finally, I sold my TZ7 and bought the new TZ10 - we are talking compact, ultrazoom cameras. Panasonic, Leica lens, pocketable with a 12x optical zoom and really powerful optical image stabilizer. For a long time (3 years!) Panasonic had no competition in this nieche. Well, Canon tried, as well as Nikon and the rest of the big guys, but failed miserable until this year. Well, this year too actually, the TZ10 still bests all of them in every review I've read, but at least now Canon is somewhat competitive.
Can't think of any toy I need in the foreseeable future. I'm a gadget addict, and for the first time, I have everything I need. COOL!