I just bought the Apple "Composite AV Cable" so I can use my TV to watch stored videos from my iPod Touch, YouTube, and the NFB app (which supports TV-out) and it works great overall. However, if I put my iTouch down for a few minutes, then try to grab it, I get a BIG static shock and I'm worried about bricking my iPod. This happens both when I plug the cable into my VCR composite-in jacks or when I plug the cable into my TV (note: it's a CRT so yes, I know IT generates a static charge on its surface) Does anyone else have this problem? I'm not having static problems elsewhere in the house (so it's not a low humidity socks on the carpet problem) Having the USB-"power bricklett" plugged in or unplugged doesn't make a difference either. Is there an easy way I can "drain" off the static charge so I don't get zapped and my iPod doesn't get zapped/wiped?