Can you believe this crap?!?! "The Nano's capacity will turn off many experienced MP3 fans, but we have a feeling that newbies will flock to the next big thing and help maintain Apple's 74 percent U.S. market share for all digital audio players." "The pricey Apple iPod Nano is thin, beautiful, and feature filled, but 2GB or 4GB may not be enough for many power users." WHAT?!?!?! I can hardly type without going into a fit of anger. A product this amazing is released and CNET bashes something they've never used with B.S. reasoning! Excuse me, turn off experienced MP3 fans how?! I've been digital in my audio collection for 5 years now, and this is the most attractive product I have ever seen. Who in their right mind listens to 10, 20, or 60 GB of music in a week?!?! And if they do they have too much time on their hands! If you want a player to back up your entire library or for a long say month long trip or just to have with you at all times, WHY THE HECK WOULD YOU GET A FLASH BASED PLAYER? I mean maybe hell has frozen over and I haven't yet been made aware of it, but I always thought a flash based anything probably isn't ideal for backing up MASSIVE libraries that are Gigabytes upon Gigabytes! Secondly, if you are a "power user", then why the HECK would you buy a FLASH based player?! WHAT?! If you are a power user, go buy a 20+ Gigabyte player, since it's obviously what you need! Show me an mp3 player this size for ANY power user! Their comments on a product they haven't even seen or used are totally unmerited! I'm sorry but reading that just proves how CNET is a tool of the devil (who's son is Bill Gates). How rediculously biased. Can I get an Amen?