I was really excited about getting the iPod Touch 4g. I am in the process of selling my 2g and I have been without using an iPod Touch for about a week (I have an iPad). I also need my iPod Touch to review apps for my website and a couple of blogs that I write for. So I pre-ordered one on the 2nd but ended up buying one in the Apple store on Thursday because I did not want to wait till the 15th. The home button was mushy and pressed down, and there was slit of light shining through where the bezel meets the screen. So I brought it back this morning and they happily replaced it with a new one. Smartly, I checked the iPod in the car to avoid coming back in case there were more problems. Within 1 minute of checking, although the home button was better, the slit of light was there as well. Granted, it was much smaller. So I went back into the Apple store and they found that the same slit of light was on their device as well. So I let them convince me that it would not hurt my device and it would probably be on all of them. Like I said, I needed my iPod for reviews, so I decided I would deal with it. I got home and I took some pictures with the iPod. Then I decided to take a video. The quality is great! But when I played it back I could hear annoying clicking noises like someone had described in another thread. When I turn the volume all of the way down, the system sounds (slide to unlock, keyboard clicks, etc.) played at FULL volume. Those are the main problems. There are other things I can deal with. For example, I find it pretty annoying how the volume buttons and the power button rest on the curve of the device. This means that you have to practically put your fingers on the back of the iPod to reach them, rather than the side of the device. The speaker is great quality, but the position is where I usually hold the device, so I accidentally muffle the sound. Because of these reasons and a few others, I am returning my iPod Touch as soon as I get the chance. I am 14 years old, and $230 is simply too much to spend on a faulty device.