My wife has a 1G iPod (10gb model) that is (was) really beat up. The screen had significant scratching and scuffing and the back was pretty beat up as well (it IS almost 4 years old after all!). She never had a case on it (got it used a while back and it was already pretty scratched, so didn't see much of a point), so for Valentines day I got her a pink iSkin and undertook the Great iPod Resurfacing project of '06... I decided to use Brasso, since it reportedly worked well, and I could get a huge can for $2.70, as opposed to $20 or more for the "specialized" products. I also bought a $1.50 eyeglasses cleaning micro-fiber cloth. I'm not done yet, I want to give it another pass or two, but these are some pictures of two 45 minute sessions, with just casual effort put into each (I watched a movie and the Olympics while I did it, just rubbing over the whole thing pretty evenly with moderate pressure). The results are pretty decent, not AMAZING, but really good, imo. Ok, without any further ado, here's the pics. http://www.flickr.com/photos/infojunkie/sets/72057594064630070/ The screen is looks like a few month old iPod rather than a few year old one (there's a really deep nick that I'm not going to be able to remove). The back is much improved, but has a really deep scratch along with some significant scuffing along with a lot of 'swirling' scratches. I think I can get some more improvements on the back still. What do you all think? EDIT: Added a couple more shots, just for a little better comparison.