Out of curiosity, work-induced boredom, and sheer obsession, I downloaded and read the newly translated M3 Sakura manual today, and found something that was, to me, quite surprising. On page 3, there is a section listing the unit's maximum card capacity at "2GByte" for SD cards and "8GByte" for SDHC cards. Since the Sakura card's hardware is probably identical to the M3 Real, I assume that this information, if correct, holds true for that card as well. If this information is indeed true for the M3 Real, this disappoints me somewhat. I had sort of just assumed that the Real, being SDHC-compatible, would be capable of addressing future cards with capacities of up to 32GB (the maximum for the SDHC spec, as far as I am aware). As such, I considered the M3 Real to be an excellent "future-proof" buy, as I figured I could up the capacity every so often as memory card prices fell to reasonable levels. However, I am aware of SDHC-compatible products which are not capable of handling cards above a certain capacity. For example, my phone is SDHC-compatible, but only takes up to 4GB cards. So maybe the same is true of the M3 Real (and Sakura). Which brings me to the simple question at the end of my long-winded post: does anyone out there have one of the new 12GB microSDHC cards working on his or her M3 Real? I'm told that the 12GB cards are available now, though I couldn't find anywhere to purchase them with a quick web search. Just curious, as if the max cap. is indeed 8GB, I might consider springing for an 8GB card now, instead of waiting for a more significant upgrade to reach the $30ish price point.