We already have multiple cards from all the other devices that use them, so we'll probably just use one of those. I voted "yes" though since it seemed the appropriate option of the three, and no "Ocarina" was available.
Dunno what size whatever one we use will be, but I haven't had a storage issue since the N64 memory card days. Darn you Animal Crossing!
I just bought one yesterday, for potential 3DS issues, but I'll likely use it in the switch. Spent 30 for a 64gb, so not the best deal in the world, but I wanted it immediately, so it was fine. I expect to never need any more storage, because I've moved very far away from most digital content.
I may get one still just to 'set it and forget it' but since I always go retail when possible, I'm not worried about the fridge. I do end up doing a lot of download stuff through the VC and eShop but alas, it takes a while. Any download packs for games might eat that up quick though. We know of none however.
I'm not sure how to answer the poll; I already have a 64gb micro sad card from my 3ds (I had to upgrade that to 128gb...). I'll just toss that into my Switch and that should be suitable for VC and smaller download games. I'm going physical whenever I can for Switch.
I was going to grab a 128 gb card and go primarily digital, at least for multiplayer stuff, but Best Buy had that crazy Visa Checkout deal, so I ended up ordering everything in physical form. Due to that, the 32 gb on the system will probably last me for a while, in terms of download-only stuff. Which is nice, since flash memory is always increasing in capacity and dropping in price. The longer you put off that SD card purchase, the more you'll get for your buck.
Also, physical Nintendo games hold their value INCREDIBLY well these days, as they've been printing (or 'chipping', or whatever) pretty conservatively. Mario Kart 8 was one of my rare digital Wii U purchases (that wasn't download-only), and if I actually had the disc, I could have sold it to make up most of the cost of MK8 DX. So I've flip-flopped. Physical all the way!
@Zero That would really confuse the message. As long as the game sizes don't get TOO high near launch (and flash memory quickly gets cheaper), SD cards are a pretty smart choice.
I also love the choice of cards for the game media, since we won't have to freakin' install everything to the system. That has an incredibly inconvenient side effect of the newer home consoles.