The author was pretty clear that they didn't think WiFi enabled browsing was very important in an MP3 player and I tend to agree. Other than that they also stated that the 8 GB model was pretty limiting on actually using the other features and even 32 GB wasn't that great for large amounts of video & other media.
What exactly on there is different about the touch than the Zune other than web browsing and a bigger screen. The screen is the nicest feature of the Touch. But with limited memory unless you're willing to shell out $400 then using it isn't much fun.
Its an MP3 player. And a nice one. It plays music and movies just like the Zune does though. What on that page makes it so special, exactly? My question still stands. You gave me a feature page of features almost exactly mirrors the Zune.