Superb toy, but yes it's pink...
I have the version 1 of this bought via the US. (I was so impressed by the marketting I had it shipped to the hotel whislt on holiday there before they sold to the UK.) Version one is regular computer beige, but only has 1 USB port, thats not a problem as it will support USB hubs, the V2 just makes it neater. The Pink is a problem if you have it on show, mines slung under a desk anyway so the colours irrlevent.
The "coming soon" features really do seem to come soon. That active copy was announced late last year and followed very shortly. They have promised uPNP and the ability to mirror the data to another pogoplug, a personal p2p service almost, has been muttered in the forums. No idea when they'll arrive, but I'm pretty confident they will. Pogoplug seem to be really responsive to the users needs. I had a minor issue with it and Cloud Engines were more than happy to help. Absolutly excelent device, can't fault it or the service I got from Could Engines.
It's also the engine behind Seagate's Dockstar, but the key difference is this is £99 for life ($129 in the US) , Dockstar is $99 (no uk price yet) plus $30 service fee after the end of the first year.
At the end of the day my home server does all this does and more, but this is a nice toy, I can let people see my photo's and not worry about what else they can get to.