Originally Posted by Soapm
How much memoray do all these programs take up. You can put a bible and dictionary on the same BB?
The full "Gold" Beiks English Dictionary is about 2.2Mb for about 34,000 words. They have a smaller 1.1Mb "Standard" dictionary which contains 17,000 words.
For their Bible software, the full KJV is approximately 2Mb as well.
If you have one of the newer 32Mb Blackberry models, there should be plenty of room for either or both of these apps.
When will they have BB's with replaceable SIM cards?
I assume you mean SD cards, which are used for data storage, rather than SIM cards (which are used to program the device communications)... The GSM models already have replaceable SIM cards, and the CDMA ones don't use SIM cards...
At any rate, based on RIM's current philosophy, I don't think this will be happening any time soon, if ever... An SD card is considered to be a security problem, since it would theoretically allow data to be transferred on and off of the Blackberry. The need to keep the Blackberry as a secure device for government and corporate customers will probably prevent SD card capabilities from being added any time in the near future.