I just read the new Wired magazine and saw this product: http://www.neurosaudio.com/store/pr...&keyword=psp&searchcat=products&cookie_test=1 featured in the "Wired Tools" cool gadgets section. It looks to be a hardware decoder used to translate video recorded from a TV or DVR into MPEG 4. Unfortunatly, the output is USB 2.0 so it can't be connected directly to an iPod. Does anyone know if it would be faster than Handbreak, FFMPEGX or other software decoders to use this kind of hardware decoder to re-encode your videos? I really would like to see Apple start selling higher quality video on the ITMS and offer some optional accessory like this to re-encode the video into the correct format for the iPod. Finally, nobody knows of any way to jury-rig this thing to work with an iPod directly do they? I am aware of the iPod to iPod connection they have been trying to get to work for a couple of years with iPodLinux project using a SendStation PocketDock. http://ipodlinux.org/Applications Since that hasn't worked well yet I doubt there is a way to get this to work directly with an iPod "sans computer".