1. If you select English (UK) you don't get Movies or TV Shows, you get "Films" and "TV Programmes" - very fancy though I wouldn't count Anchorman as a "Film," it's definitely a Movie. 2. Coverflow is ridiculously responsive compared to my 3G nano - far more useful now. 3. Transfer speed seems to have had a rocket put under it, moving music and movies over felt almost like using a HDD iPod. 4. Genius didn't work for me after the first sync for some reason, the iPod told me to connect to iTunes to activate Genius. So just to be sure I plugged it in and let it sync, updated the Genius info in iTunes then synced the iPod again. Now it works pretty much instantaneously - it's very cool. 5. The curvy glass screen is a little bit reflect-y but when the screen comes on (and you can crank the backlight waaaay up on this guy, it's really bright) you don't really notice it. 6. It needs a good shake to shuffle to a new song, not the gentle wobble they give it in the video. You can turn off the shake feature in the settings. 7. My black one looks like the monolith from 2001. On the back where the colour is more prevalent it looks more gunmetal grey than deep black. It's the same colour as the 3G however the old one didn't have large expanses of colour, just the bit around the screen and click wheel while the back was the shiny stainless steel. Here you get a big whack of colour and it's definitely more dark, dark grey than black. 8. The hold switch (now a whirled metal circle on the top) has a very firm and deliberate action to it - much improved feel and much easier to use than the get-your-fingernails-involved one on the 3G. I still feel it's yet another throwback to the iPod mini design as opposed to the 3G which I applauded for being so different to previous versions but damn this is a nice iPod.