Simply put, a 2GB mini SD card, with SD adapter (so it'll still fit in my printer, my camera and my PDA!), for just £10.90 plus 99p postage.
Need I say more? These prices are great, and that was for a Kingston Technology card, so it's hardly a name I've not heard of before. The cards arrived today, well packaged and in the time frame them gave us, a week to the day we ordered them (bear in mind it took longer as they came from Jersey, VAT free). The card slotted straight into my telephone, hot swappable so no having to take it apart. I transferred my photos straight onto the card via the telephone and have space for over 2000 photos at 3.2 megapixel size. Of course I'll be added music onto the card so that will probably drop. But to be fair, I can't see me putting more than 500mb of music on it! I never filled the 128mb card I had in my old phone!!
I only have a 512mb card in my camera, so the great thing with this is that I can switch cards if I ever do fill the camera's card up (again not likely but you never know!).
However, getting back on subject. Picstop is definitely worth a visit for memory cards and other computer accessories.