Since I've sold my first-gen Zune to get extra cash to be one of the first to get the iPhone, I still sort of miss having a Zune. I know a lot of Apple fanboys said and will keep saying that Zunes suck (and I am turning into an Apple fanboy, too ), but Microsoft was able to make up for all of the iPod's shortcomings in that one device. The Zune changed the way that I listened to music and I found around 30 albums that I still have now. I haven't really found any new artists that I like since then. Why would I say that I miss my Zune? The iPhone and the iPod lineup are missing a major feature that will change the way you look at music: Subscription music. Sure, you can buy albums individually or pirate it, to try the music or otherwise, but it's still not the same. You probably aren't going to want to give new artists $10 just to try their album. You will be downloading a lot of music that you wouldn't if you didn't have a subscription. Plus, in my opinion at least, I still prefer the black interface by a really small amount on the Zune, but that's mostly because I almost always prefer black. In terms of control, the iPhone's multi-touch is better hands-down. I really just miss having it because of subscription services. It changes the way you listen to music and after having it, you won't find as many artists as you used to and will practically keep with the same albums you have and the only new music you hear is new albums by the artists you already have.