I'm sure that this topic has been discussed before, but perhaps some may not have thought of this.
I have a Blackberry Curve with T-Mobile and it has a slot for me to put in a small disk - very small - and basically the Curve can become something like a mini-backup device for me.
When I plug in the Curve, I get a prompt asking me to access the storage media on that Curve. By doing this, I can then download any file(s) I so choose, be it Eclipse files or music or whatever, based on the allowable space available on this storage device. I have a 2GB drive at the current time.
All of that being said, what this allows me to do when I'm away from a wireless connection and I need to get a file to my scopist quickly, I'm able to download my Eclipse file to this drive and then attach the file to an email to be able to send the file to my scopist. My mail server allows me to send rather large files. But that being said, with T-Mobile, most reporting files should probably go through their email server. Now, I can't send the Audiosync file because it is very large, but at least if I needed my scopist to be able to start on the file and cleaning it up right away, this is an option.
I seriously doubt this is new news because I'm sure others have thought of this, but just in case anyone new to the forum hasn't, perhaps it will be new to them.