So it appears as though Apple is getting quite a bit of critical feedback concerning the iPod nano. Most of the complaints I've read have been related mostly to LCD defection, and the ease of being able to scratch not just the screen but the body as well. But, my biggest beef with the iPod nano is the lack of quality metal used. I found that when I hold the nano and get my finger prints all over the metal backing, it takes a relativity high determinism level to wipe the prints gone. This hasn't been a problem with any of the other iPods I've owned so whether my problem is related to that or not, it remains a problem. Between all of these reported complaints, I feel that Apple has a major recall on their hands. I say act now rather than later when millions of more units have been sold. Or even maybe charge a $20 exchange fee for a revised and true-quality version of the nano. I know that's a fee I would have no problem paying for a product as great as this (less the quality-control issues). Obviously, this would be a hiccup in Steve Jobs' world domination plans but it's something that simply needs to happen. So how has your iPod nano worked out for you?