And, referring to Zune's WiFi capability, MSFT CEO Ballmer is quoted as saying:
"I want to squirt you a picture of my kids. You want to squirt me back a video of your vacation. That's [an] experience"
Which leads to the phrase brown and squirting. This Ballmer guy is something else.
And now let's see what CNN had to say on Day 1 (via youtube video).
But, and this is important, here is an analysis of what Microsoft is probably looking to do: "There is no Buddhism in the Zune design. It's a brute-force, low tech T-72 Russian tank designed to steamroll up the beach and create widespread chaos and destruction in the music player community. Assuming Microsoft will fail based on the examination of the Zune's features and functions would be a huge blunder by all of us.