I bought an iPod touch on June 3rd from the Apple.com online store. It took a day to process, and then was shipped off from CHINA? Why would it start from China? I mean, I know it's made there, but wouldn't it be cheaper to have thousands sent over on a ship (or plane) from China then distributed from various warehouses in the US than to have them shipped individually from China? Then it comes to Alaska! Yay, my iPod has already been exposed to temperatures below 40 and it's just getting tossed around by some pricks bundled up in 6 layers of clothing. Then it gets more interesting. It goes from Alaska to Indiana, which is about 500 miles from my home in Pennsylvania (where it needs to be sent) then it, for whatever reason, it's sent BACKWARDS across the US to Memphis, Tennessee which is more like 1000 miles away. After Departing Memphis almost 24 hours ago, there's been absolutely no updates to it's whereabouts. WTF FedEX?! You could have had it here by Friday, but apparently it's more efficient to send things back across the US and then truck it here again at $4.06 a gallon. Good job. I guess I've learned my lesson: ALWAYS choose the 3-day shipping option if you don't want to wait forever. Anyone else experienced such stupidity from FedEx?