I find myself in a quandry. I already have a second-gen 10 GB iPod that's perfectly usable. Thing is, I don't use it now that I'm not taking the bus to work anymore, because the best integrated in-car charger/transmitter solutions are all for the dock-connector iPods. Even the fact that my library will shortly become too big for the iPod isn't the emergency it should be, because I hardly bother to sync it anymore. It still gets the full eight hours of battery life, too. Now, if I bought a new 4G 20 GB iPod, I could get one of the charger/transmitter thingies for it, and the dock/speaker combos like the OnStage, and then I WOULD use it, everywhere, all the time. So the question is: How do I justify spending $600 for something I'm not using on the theory that if I spent the $600+, I *would* use it? My cheapskate soul resists the idea that I must spend money to make a thing I already essentially have use-FUL, especially when it's perfectly use-ABLE.