Here's a hypothetical for you. I have an iPod Classic, only 4 days old. If I buy AppleCare for it, I'll be covered until May of 2012. Now, say, sometime in early 2012 (or even late 2011) the Classic breaks down. Hard drive goes. Anything that Apple would usually just issue a replacement for. Assuming 2 years from now the Classic is long gone from their lineup, what do you think their action would be? Would they likely offer a replacement in the form of an iPod Touch (or whatever they'll have in 2012) with similar capacity (or similar price range)? I'm not that familiar with Apple as a company yet, only been a Mac user for a couple months, and just got this iPod. Just wondering how Apple usually deals with replacing products that are "out of print". Thanks!