I'm not sold on the fitbit, but willing to be convinced. Currently I use a rather clunky omron pedometer. What I like is that I can see the actual number of steps at any given moment, and if I'm riding around on a bumpy bus or taking the mexico city subway and notice that, opps, I've just gained 250 erroneous steps while sitting down as I travel, I can simply reset the device or subtract those "steps" from my total. With a fitbit I'm afraid there'd be no way to compensate for inaccurate counts as I'm jostled around the city? I don't care about anything but the step counts so fancy graphs of calories burnt and sleep quality don't do it for me. That said, I'm a sucker for trendy fashion forward fitness devices and feel tempted by the fitbit. What do you say--should I make the high-technology splurge or keep walking with my trusty omron?