Sure, do the spin-control Reggie.
In fact, here, let me help you:
Resistive screens have a much better update-rate than capacitive, providing a better sense of control.
Resistive screens function with firm styluses that have no static charge. You don't need those sloppy, rubber tip thinging that cost a fortune. Use a butterknife if you please.
Resistive screens allow the finger/pen tip to be considerably closer to the image-producing LED layer, improving the connection with the interface.
Resistive screens do no require a ceramic layer, thus redering them lighter and less likely to break.
Resistive screens allow for pressure sesitivity, but, uh... we're not going to do that.. because... you'd break your device, you cretin.
Oh, they're cheaper too? Sure, sure.
What, multi touch can be done with one hand while holding the device in the other? I've never seen that, what is this "iPhone" of which you speak?