Something I noticed: Whenever I turn off my ipod touch (fully), and turn it back on in short periods of time, the battery drains significantly. (For example: I listen to a CD, then turn it off, 1 hour later I turn it back on and so forth..) Surely it doesn't take that much energy to turn the device on? Ne ways, I was wondering, when you have your iPod touch on hold mode (when the screen is completely off)...is it still running? Obviously it is when you are playing music, but what happens when a CD is over, and you leave it on hold? Does it still run the battery? Does it ever just shut off completely due to inactivity? (Like the old iPods) Lastly..whats the best way to get the most out of your battery life? It says it's supposed to have a 22 hour battery life for music playback, and that's all I use it for. So far it seems like this is untrue (at least I haven't been able to get 20+ hours of battery). I'm guessing the interface and all the pictures (the albums etc)...drain battery life as well with the back light. Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.