I have a 4G Click Wheel 20GB iPod, only about 8 months old. It worked fine for about 6 months, but recently a very aggravating problem has come up. My iPod will not turn on after it has been off for a while unless I hold down the middle and lower buttons to soft-reset it. Then, it displays the Apple logo for a while and works again. Sometimes it will turn on with no problem, but if it has been off for more than say 6 or 8 hours it won't turn on without a rest. This is aggravating, but it is still functional. The iPod is still under warranty, so I could send it in, but I am disturbed by a clause in Apple's Repair Terms and Conditions, Section 3: Service Exclusions and Diagnostic Fee. Apple may charge you a diagnostic fee including shipping charges, of no more than one hundred ($100) dollars US, (ÒDiagnostic FeeÓ), plus applicable tax, if Apple inspects your product and determines based on the inspection that the product does not require service. If Apple determines, while inspecting your product, that service is needed due to the failure of parts that are neither supplied by Apple nor Apple-branded, Apple may return the product to you without servicing it, and may charge you the Diagnostic Fee plus applicable sales tax. So, if Apple doesn't consider this a problem, they can charge me up to $100!?! Should I send it in or resign myself to reseting the iPod every time?