So i picked up a referbished iPod from the apple store woodfield today with/for my younger sister. on the way back she takes it out of the box, plugs in the headphones, starts messing around, and exclaimes "ooo, I like this song!!" At first, I though she was pulling a (very poor) joke, but when I looked at the iPod, it had over 3000 songs, 150+ of which were iTMS songs, and a nearly dead battery. When i plugged it into my iMac, it gave me the dialog box about the iPod being associated with another iTunes library, and the option to associate it with mine, clearing the iPods HD. It mounted the iPod as "Katie's iPod". I just found it wierd that apple would sell referb iPods without first checking the HD's for material or anything along those lines. I figured something like that would be part of the refurb testing procedure. and, i'm wondering why katie returned her iPod, it seems in good nik to me. anyone hear or anything similar?