I just sold my 4gb G1 Nano and am looking at replacing it with either the G3 8gb Nano or the new 80gb Classic....something that can do video. But I am wondering about something. I will be using it almost exclusively in the vehicle, and want an iPod that can do video, but mostly only music videos(that are only 5 minutes max in length) in addition to my relatively small music collection. So if I'm using the iPod almost exclusively in my vehicle, and therefore in all kinds of extreme temperatures and humidities and vibrations, do I have to worry about the hard drive based 80gb Classic being a problem, or is it pretty robust? I have used my 4gb Nano for more than a year now exclusively in my vehicle with zero problems whatsoever in all extreme conditions. I leave my iPod connected to my stereo(Alpine IVA-W200 with Full-Speed iPod cable connection) and stored in the glovebox all the time and never touch at at all unless I update it, so it sits in -35 and +38 temperatures all the time including overnight in the cold when moisture accumulates, but it performs flawlessly every time all the time when I fire my vehicle up. So is the Classic going to be just as reliable in this situation or should I stear very clear of the hard drive based iPod and just go with the new Nano? Or is the Classic maybe going to give me problems, but for the most part should be fine? The whole reason I am looking for a new iPod is I want to be able to use the iPod to play video in my vehicle instead of having a bunch of music video DVD's stored in my vehicle, and would really like the space of the 80gb Classic. If anybody can give me insight as to what others are doing with there iPods that stay in their vehicle exclusively, that would be great. Thanks.