Ok I'm usually quite the advocate for extended warranties... but since Best Buy has severely changed theirs I'm not so sure anymore... I recently got the new 4th Gen iPod Touch 8gb as a replacement for my first gen which I got a month after release with a 3 year extended warranty. Best Buy's old warranty stated that they would give you a brand new iPod or the equivalent in credit to spend in the store for any issues short of accidental and physical damage. So wear and tear, battery life etc. The new change which started, I heard, with the 3rd Gen iPod Touch is that they replace your iPod Touch with a refurbished one from somewhere. I don't know if it's directly from apple or from Best Buy's own refurbishing center. What kind of pissed me off was they changed the plan on me to the new one. Even though that was not the deal when it was sold to me. I have a deep understanding of the old plan since I worked for Best Buy for 3 years. Anyway... I got really lucky. They lost my refurbed iPod in the mail and I was without one for 3 and a half weeks when they promised me a new one in 5 days. So I was able to pick up the newest one since they gave me the credit for it. That said my first Gen iPod still worked great it was just that the battery life was down to about 11 hours on a full charge as opposed to the original advertised like 25 or whatever it was. Not shabby but I figured since I paid for the service plan I wanted to take advantage of since it expired Oct 4th. The question is... I'm not too happy with this new warranty plan that Best Buy is offering. But it IS cheaper than AppleCare... and now is pretty much on par with AppleCare as far as coverage. What do you all think? Get the Best Buy Warranty? AppleCare? Or just say F-it and go with Neither? Thanks.