Update: It looks like it may need service. The iPod hasn't been used substantially, so I know I haven't exhausted the battery, but maybe it's died anyway? Would I be best requesting a replacement battery, or is it likely to be some other issue? Like I said, I have no idea if it's charged or not. I've had it plugged in to the wall adapter, and it does not want to reset or anything--I'm not getting anything displayed on the screen. I also tried plugging it into my computer's USB port, and also tried a couple other computers and my cable from an older iPod with what appears to be the same Dock connector. The computers aren't recognizing the iPod, probably because it's completely unable to power on. Does this sound like a battery problem or a larger issue? I suppose I could take it in to the Apple store to see if they could diagnose it, but to my knowledge, it's just left the one-year warranty (only a couple months ago), so I'm not sure if I'll even get diagnostic service for it. Ugh...oh well. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks guys, Greg --- Hi guys. Here's my saga. I was transferring some files from my mac onto the ipod in disk mode. The transfer finished, and i ejected and unplugged the ipod. When I went to plug it in to the PC i was transferring to, nothing happened. I tried to turn the ipod on, but nothing happened. I tried resetting it (hold on then off then press select and menu), multiple times without luck. I've had it sit for a while and tried resetting it, no luck. I've tried plugging it in with usb to charge for a while. Nothing happens at all. My mac isn't seeing it. It's not saying anything on the screen. It's like it's dead to the world. Does anybody have any ideas? To make this situation even more annoying, it's not even mine. I borrowed it because I am away on business and my friend who doesn't use hers much was nice enough to let me take it for the plane, but now I'm headed back tomorrow and am worried I won't have this darn thing fixed. Any help is appreciated!!!!!!!!