Ok so as I had been talking about in other threads I had been having some issues with my iPod touch- it would play music but then randomly the audio would cut out and sometimes it would just skip to the next song. I tried reinstalling iTunes, updating the iPod, reseting, restoring, etc. I went to the apple store and they replaced the iPod basically with no questions asked. I got home, synced my music, and the same problems occurred. I called up apple... Call #1: Told me to recreate library and restore ipod, if that failed create a new user account and restore ipod again... no dice Call #2: Downloaded free song to test on iPod, it worked but who knows. If I synced my music files from my computer onto other iPods the problems still exists. If I sync my music files on another computer to an iPod the problem still occurs. I concluded my files must be messed up. Call #3: Retold my story again to a lady and she suggest I reimport all my music. I laughed and told her a I have 4954 songs which is over 4 years of accumulated music. She transfered me to a product specialist. The guy had me clear iSync logs and then log info from iSync to be sent to the apple engineering Dept. I have yet to hear back from them. The strange thing is that the music plays fine on my computers, on other computers, on CD's, and on my cell phone. There is something about putting the files on an iPod that doesn't work. The problem happens with iTunes songs, CD imports, Limewire, everything. I am really pissed and if apple says "too bad" heads will role. I've spent $300 on the iPod, $25 on a case, $30 on a charger, $50 on a dock, $300 on an iPod Hifi, and probably $150-300 on iTunes Songs. Not to mention I spent $1800 on a Powerbook that has been replaced, I just threw $300 into it to get a new power inverter board or something, I am on BT mouse #2 as well. I had my first iPod replaced 2x within 1 year. I am not a happy camper lol.