I'd say that's pretty likely. Google's long been faulted for not having user services a la Yahoo and other portals. gmail is their in. And offering 1,000 MB of storage will appeal to users initially, but I guarantee that if they stick around it will because it's a better mousetrap - 1,000 MB alone won't cut it. After all, the 1,000 MB carrot won't do much good alone if the big number storage and bandwidth numbers dangled in front of web hosting customers are any indication. Said another way, when Hotmail and Yahoo raise their disk quotas because Google raised the bar, the appeal of 1,000 MB will be a little duller.