Ok, after reading about how Brasso was all the rage and worked great for getting hairline scratches out of one's iPod, and not wanting to pay $20+ for a third-party iPod polish, I took my 5g black 30gig, a can of Brasso, a thin soft microfiber cloth (probably previously for sunglasses) and went to work. I polished away, not worrying so much about getting gunk in the clickwheel, and let it dry. Then, I used a kleenex to gently wipe away the excess (as I was told on another website when inquiring about which type of cloth to get the excess off). I expected it to take a few applications to get off the few scratches. Instead, to my horror, there were now countless easily visible swirl scratches on the face of my iPod! The Brasso actually left it in far worse condition than it was before! I tried again, maybe thinking that I could at least dim the scratches that it had left, using the same steps and instead using a soft cotton round this time. It did nothing beneficial, and probably made it worse. I have an invisibleshield on it now, which makes most of the scratches not noticeable, but I should have just left well enough alone. What did I do wrong? Has anyone else had this problem?