Just an FYI to all who may be ordering any Apple product and waiting for delivery... I ordered iPods last Tuesday, with delivery expected today (the standard free ground shipping Apple provides through Fed Ex). As I work all day, and thus knew I would not be home to accept delivery of my product, I utilized the pre-delivery signature acceptance option that Apple gives. For those unfamiliar, it is essentially a one page document you print out, sign and leave attached to your front door that allows the Fed Ex delivery person to leave your package as the letter is your signed acceptance. I just tracked my package online and noticed that the delivery was not able to be completed today as I was not there to sign for the package. I called to follow up and was told that they were no longer using the Apple supplied forms anymore, so even though I had been provided one on my Apple order form, it was no good. Instead, I had to sign whatever sticker they apparently left on my door and they would attempt delivery again tomorrow. Now one day isn't the end of the world to wait for an iPod, but if you are arranging to deliver all the product for a large, international corporation, wouldn't you think that both companies should be on the same page with the basic delivery acceptance form you are providing? Certainly Apple may be at fault here, too, but Fed Ex seems to be the party to have changed their policy, so I will give them the brunt of my rant. In any event, any of you waiting for your iPods (or other product) to be delivered should consider yourself so advised. Fed Ex is no longer accepting the pre-delivery acceptance forms Apple provides.