Have you heard about this protest?: "The ubiquitous iPod. If you don't own one, you know some one who does. 10 million of these pocket-sized music boxes have been sold, each weighing a slender 6 ounces while packing up to 5,000 songs. But while Apple declares that they are committed to reducing the environmental impact of the work [they] do and the products [they] create the iPod is not designed to have its toxin-laden battery replaced or removed. Apple can live up to their environmental commitment by making all iPods green. How to Make a Green Apple Produce toxin-free iPods Design iPods so batteries can be easily and affordably replaced Provide take back and recycling options for iPods and other electronics" http://www.thegreenguide.com/ia/ipod.mhtml Whata you think?