Hope this isn't a question that hasn't been asked a thousand times; I tried to MRoogle it, but the only recent threads on the subject were more about comparing warranties from different companies, and the one person who'd asked my question didn't get an answer. So, apologies if this has been discussed at length elsewhere and I missed it. In your opinion, is it worth shelling out £40 (in the UK, if that affects the answer any) to get Applecare for the iPod Touch? My standard year's warranty expires next month, and I figured it was a no-brainer, given the cost, until I realised the extended warranty is only for another one year (having stupidly assumed it would be two, as it is for computers). I've not had any trouble with my Touch thus far, and the same model now is already about £50 cheaper than it was when I bought it, so I'm wondering if it's worth taking out the extra year's warranty, or more prudent to take my chances that a machine which has been completely problem-free until this point will continue to survive on its own. So the question I'm asking is, how many of you have taken the extra year's Applecare on your iPod Touch, and how many have actually used it? And, to go one further, for those of you who have used it, what was the service like? Thanks.