I'm considering recommending a digital photo frame, like this 5.6" one from Westinghouse, for a lady who has no computer or iPod (yes, there are such people), likes displaying photos of her family, but has run out of display space. Currently, she has an end table crowded with small photo frames, so that some of them block the others, and she is out of space to display any more. Her budget is small, so I think a digital photo frame might suit her exactly, even though an iPod nano could do so many more tricks. All she wants is a way to keep her photos on display. I figure I can take a small compact flash card (the one that came with my camera and which I immediately replaced with a much larger one), fill it with her family photos (which I can get from her relatives), and she can put it on the end table to replace one, many, or all of the current frames. Even though an iPod could do so much more for a reasonable price, a photo frame better matches her simple requirement and has no learning curve (good for somebody who has trouble changing the VCR clock). She'd just plug it in and it would cycle through all her photos. Then I can update the collection for her once in a while. Has anybody purchased one of these? Any specific recommendations?