Since I like maintaining my own self-delusions, I would LOVE:
Missing Sync for Palm (Yeah, that's right. While all of you iPhone loonies were walking home from your 6PM launch day purchase, I was walking into a Sprint Store and walking out with my beloved Treo 755p. Hey, it may not have all of that fancy-schmancy multi-touch and stuff, but I've been a Palm fanboy for years. And hey, at least it's got 3G )
iBank 3 (I know, Cha-Ching was in this one (and don't get me wrong, I love Juan, great developer, treated MH users fantastically), but looking at the features in the beta, it blows CC out of the water. Just the automatic OFX download would be worth the $50 (if it worked for me on M&T, but something tells me it's just a beta issue). Also, iBank keeps track of stock portfolios as well as just personal finances.)
Things (Frankly, OF or Things would be equally liked here, but Things edges OF out because of its tagging system, which is way more powerful than OF's rigid context system.)
A couple of iPhone/iPod Touch apps (I'm getting a Touch soon (and am likely going to develop for it, but that's another story), and would love to see some nice shareware apps in the bundle next year. I know it's MACHeist, and I know it would alienate those without iPhones/iPod Touches, but enough people own them that it would be definitely a good idea to look into it.)
People are expecting iPhone apps to be cheap, but being a Palm user, I'm seriously looking into shareware app purchases that cost more than most packaged software. When the SDK comes out, look for the cream of the crop apps to fetch $15 to $20, or even $30! I'm considering buying a WIDGET ENGINE for my Palm that costs $30 (and the amazing thing is, having used a trial of it, that seems TOTALLY reasonable, it's that well-designed and coded).