The way I see it, there are several issues that commonly come up when discussing the video- iPod (or iQuick, as I like to think about it): - touchscreen pros and cons - screen size - controls So, I think that this might be a decent solution. A remote, on which the controls are located (touch-sensitive Menu, play/pause, forward, backward, and a "Mighty Mouse" scroll-ball). The (touch-)screen could then cover the full front of the standard-size iPod. Logically, the screen could be touch, with the standard virtual scroll-wheel solution, but the remote would function just as well, which clears up the argument over whether or not a touch-screen is a plague of dirty fingers. The remote would also allow for the design to be smooth, and less cluttered than some design-ideas which have been circulating. Additional controls for screen-orientation and "hold" would be in the form of sliders. Let me (and Apple) hear your thoughts!