OK, so I've created a few threads here reporting about my iPod Touch locking up where I have to reset it by holding down the two buttons for 10 seconds. I have done some troubleshooting and have determined the problem today. This is VERY IMPORTANT. It turns out from what I have discovered is that it was my case: http://store.apple-touch.com/content/accessories/4-22--3116.htm Perhaps cases with magnets in a different area would be ok, I don't know. I HAVE DETERMINED though, magnets at the bottom on one or both sides of the front circle button is NOT GOOD. I've had two different iPod Touches crashing on me. One was /A and one /B One on 1.1.2 and one with 1.1.3 with apps. I've been running my new one, a /B with 1.1.3 and apps without any case for a while and it hadn't crashed. I decided I could put it back in my case, the one linked to above. I put it on my desk. It was sitting there for 30 minutes or less. I pick it up and flip open the lid. As I open the lid, I see the screen flash white and then the apple logo appears from the clean boot or whatever you want to call it. Mind you, the screen flashed white the INSTANT I open the lid. What I believe is happening is that the magnets in the case are pulling something within the iPod Touch and shorting or causing some problem. I am 99% sure that this is the problem I have been having for the past two weeks with my two different iPod Touches. Perhaps if you have a case that doesn't have as strong of magnets as the case I've mentioned, you may not experience this problem. I am taking my case back and am going to look for something else that hopefully still has some type of flip lid to protect my screen, but not hold it on with magnets. I send this out as a warning to all would be buyers of the case mentioned above or any case that may have magnets in, no matter how weak or strong they may be. You will save yourself a lot of headaches if you simply avoid purchasing any case with magnets. I hope this helps people steer clear of the problems I've had to endure over these past two weeks. If anybody knows of a iPod Touch case that does have a hard protection for the screen like the one I've mentioned and that doesn't use magnets, I am interested in a link or its name. Thank you.