It's been a rough weekend for my first foray into the Apple family. I picked up a 1G iPod Nano yesterday and cracked it open. I installed the software from the CD, updated to the latest version of iTunes, and connected the hot looking little thing. A couple of hours of charging and transferring some of my library over, it started to spit out errors at me every 10 or 15 songs about file transfer errors when I'd try to copy over MP3s or AACs. Ultimately, I filled the beast and - fully charged - I ejected and unhooked the badboy to crash on the couch and play around with it for the first time... ... But for whatever reason, it was dead. No power, no response, nothing. I plugged it back into the USB cable and rehooked it into my PC; nothing. It wasn't even detecting a device hooked into its USB ports, and I tried quite a few of them. It's just sitting here now, a completely dead device with no power and no connection to my PC to even try a reformat through the Apple iPodUpdater. Is it time to exchange it, or has anyone else encountered a similar situation they can pass some words of advice on to me as to how to go about fixing it? Thanks!