I use my PB32 in church. I've gone paperless when teaching my adult Sunday school class, creating the lesson on a lappy and viewing on the tabby. I use the bridge to access BibleGateway.com: A searchable online Bible in over 100 versions and 50 languages. (you can add parallel translations easily, which is outstanding). I've also started using it to take notes during the sermons using Word templates created on a laptop. It's frustrating that I still depend on lappy to create docs...
As much as I love my PB32, I think the ipad is the way to go for pastors. Being able to share your ipad screen wirelessly with the church screens would be fantastic. Swiping between Pwrpt slides with scripture inbedded would really be helpful keeping the congregation interested and engaged. But our pastor carries a BB, so the bridged PB would be ideal, and add the mucho lower price tag...
Can you tell I've put some thought into this? I've been thinking about buying our pastor a PB as a tool to help his ministry, and he's already said he could use it. PB stocks are way down now (Bestbuy is SOLD OUT), so act fast if you're thinking about the same thing.