Yes, yes, I know. FM transmitters are the devil's work. However I find them invaluable as I tend to drive slightly older cars with less-than-perfect built-in stereos. I have tried several brands and models over the years, and by far my favourite has been the iTrip line from Griffin. I still use one for my 6G Nano and the sound quality is pretty good, it charges and plays music at the same time and pauses my ipod when i switch off the ignition. But with the advent of the 7G with the lightning connector all peripherals using the old 30-pin connector are obsolete so I'm in the market for a new one. I got the iTrip universal which is the only Griffin product listed as compatible with the Nano 7 but it has one massive drawback; it charges using the lightning connector but it transfers audio through the mini-jack. I have tried jack connecting FM transmitters before and they all suffer from the same problems; poor sound quality, heaps of interference and the ipod keeps running when you switch off the ignition. Which invariably means that I leave it running and drain the battery every time. I was hoping the iTrip universal would be better thean the Belkin's and similar that I've tried before but no such luck. It sucks. So, my question is; is anyone aware of a fm transmitter that works using the lightning connector? So far I've been unable to find one but surely I'm not the only person ever to have this problem so maybe some of you good folk will have the solution to my problem.