Mini IPod?


I just don't get it.  Sure the UI is the best in class for the Harddrive MP3 players, but $249 for an IPod with *less* storage (4 Gig instead of 10, 15 or 30).  I spend a majority of my time with my MP3 player, playing music, not diddling with the controls.  I spent $249 for my player, a Creative Zen, and got 30 Gigs (yeah 30).  Its a tad bigger than the regular IPod, but I don't think the smaller size would make me happier.  Is anyone really excited about the smaller IPod? 

Shawn Wildermuth
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