My 2nd Gen Shuffle gave up the ghost this week and I am without a portable player of any kind. Previously I've only used it when I go running, but with whatever iPod I get now, I want to use it as my primary car audio as well. I cleaned out my car last week and found 37 CDs in there and even with the stock six-disc changer, I don't have enough variety. Problem is that factory car stereo isn't terribly iPod friendly. There are some advanced connectors I can get, but it would ultimately cost less to buy a new head unit. Currently I'm looking at a Pioneer DEH-P5000UB. It's one of several makes and models that allows you to control the iPod using the receiver's controls. I like the Pioneers a little better because if I choose to go with a steering wheel remote in the future (trying to be as safe as I can), their options are more reasonable. That being said, does anyone have recommendations for car stereos that excel with iPod integration? If the extent of integration is skipping ahead to the next song, I'll just go with another Shuffle. I'd prefer to be able to access favorite playlists from the stereo, or something to that effect. I haven't decided which iPod I'll be getting, but it will most likely be a Nano (though a refurb Touch isn't out of the question). The main requirement I have is that it have three pairs of preamp outs because of the goofy way the car is wired for sound.