Now if the new iPods end up being touch then apple will need to fix an issue that I've noticed with the iPhone...no physical control buttons. Its fine that the iPhone is like this because its not an iPod but most iPod users won't want to stare at the screen just to make a track change. There is a reason the shuffle is so popular. People want tactile controls they don't have to look at. People want to be able to throw it in a pocket or bag and be able to navigate songs still. The touch screen will be fun for a week but then people will start using it normally and will probably get annoyed.