Helpful hint for those whose iPod arrives before a skin for it (speaking of which, I just got my iSkin eVo2 skin and love it!): When your iPod arrives (congrats!), it'll come with a clear thin plastic "cover" on it with "Don't steal music" in front of the viewfinder. Don't throw this away! Gently take if off and then put it back on upside down - so the "Don't steal music" part is over the click wheel. Using a marker, draw a circle on it around the click wheel and rectangles around the bottom port, top "hold" slider, and headphone ports. Then gently remove it, cut out the indicated parts, and put your pod back in. Tape the back so it doesn't open up. Now you have a free thin cover to at least somewhat protect the pod until your skin arrives. It'll keep fingerprints and slight scratches and scuffs off, and it's virtually invisible. Not perfect, but nice for free and good to do before your skin arrives - the 'pods are easier to scratch than butter! I didn't do this with my first one (purchased a month ago), which got scratched but which fortunately was replaced by Apple due to a problem (they didn't replace it the first time, but did replace it just last week). Perhaps this is an obvious solution, but with so many people getting their 'pods before their skins, I thought I'd share. I hope it helps someone!