Has anyone else noticed that Apple is violating the rules of its brand with the iPod? Across all of Apple's product lines, the rules are simple: pro line products are metallic, consumer line products are white. Therefore, the PowerMac G5 and PowerBook G4 are metallic ... the iMac and iBook are white. However, the rules are violated with the iPod ... the higher capacity, more advanced iPod is in white, the smaller less expensive iPod Mini is metallic. I'm sure people who aren't in marketing couldn't care less about this, but it seems unusually sloppy for a company as brand conscious as Apple.