...and I was wondering if anyone can convince me not to sell this peice of crap... 1. I put itunes on my gf's laptop to test it out while we were at families for the holidays, when I got home and put it on my computer I had to wipe the entire damn thing because I was using it on a different computer, thats awesome thanks apple can only use on one computer or am I missing something? 2. None of my files will go on it. My music is mostly in FLAC format, and my videos are mostly AVI/MPG/WMV. I have 4000+ video files and 10k+ audio files and after waiting the hour something it took itunes to add them all to its library I found out that 13, literally 13, of my 15,000 something files could be transfered to the iPod, the rest require lengthy conversion which, surprise surprise, cannot be done from within that software. They FORCE you to use itunes but then don't support converting incompatable files, nice. So, I downloaded several conversion utilities and learned it would take over an hour for each of my video files, so, if I wanted to put the entire simpsons series on it it would take the better part of a year to convert them 3. I was lucky enough to get the second gen version which of course has no compatable alternatives for itunes, so I am stuck with that piece of shit. In addition, there is apparently no way to jailbreak this yet so I cannot even use SSH transfers or anything like that. That also means I am stuck with the crap in the app store, which for the most part is terrible stupid shit that anyone over age 5 would get tired of after 10 minutes. So no homebrew, no way to get my media on it, and being forced to use shitty software, amazing. Don't get me wrong, it is a pretty impressive piece of hardware, and correctly hacked to support all normal media formats and to support drag and drop file transfer would be a kickass little device, but I see no advantages of this over, say, an Archos Jukebox, which offers 30gb-320gb, support for all typical media files, a larger/higher res screen, and WiFi/3G (cellphone) access for true internet anywhere.