Hi guys, Apologies if this has been beaten to death somewhere, I'm having to use internet cafes on my 'round the world travels and don't have much time - a quick search didn't yield anything. I haven't got my PowerBook with me so I've been transferring the digital photos of my trip for storage on my iPod (just a regular 4G 20GB NOT an iPod Photo) using the Belkin iPod Photo Adaptor (the one using a USB interface, not the memory card reader). I have two camera memory cards - a 256MB and a 32MB. Every time they are full, I sync to the iPod and then delete. However, it's no longer working. When I hook up the adaptor, it appears to be charging the iPod (i.e. functioning as a battery pack for the iPod) instead of transferring (there's no longer any "Do not disconnect" display). I wondered if the batteries were low, so I bought some new AA's and stuck them in, made sure the iPod and camera batteries were fully charged and it's still not working. I'm hoping this is not some stupid software limit by Apple. I have 25 photo rolls stored on the iPod but I have only synced about 10 times (for some reason, each 256MB card transfer gets split up into 2 or 3 different photo rolls). I still have 4 months left to go and over 4GB of free space left on my iPod. My memory card is now full and I can't take any more photos! Can anyone shed any light? Note: transferring photos to email is not a viable option (too slow) and accessing the iPod on a computer is no good because I don't have any Macs handy and none of the internet cafe computers have FireWire. (Plus I think it may be formatted in Mac OS so I'm worried about data loss when hooking up to a PC!). No Apple Stores anywhere near either - I'm off to Sydney next. Thanks in advance for any help or advice.