If you are tired of reading "What should I buy posts", you can stop reading now... For everyone else, I'd appreciate some opinions! Music is very important to me. I'm a musician myself, and listen to a lot and a large variety of music. I can be a bit of an audiphile, but can't afford to yet . Basically, I have a '01 Chevy Blazer, it doesn't have a CD player and I'm looking for a better music setup than what I currently have. My current setup is: I made a line in by hooking up one of those sony aftermarket 10 disc changers that tie into the antennae. I plug a regular portable CD player into the line in because the changer stopped reading CD's. Though, my first question is, is it really a line in if it is using the antennae connection on the stock head unit? Sound quality is rather poor, but manageable. Is the iTrip quality going to be comparable to my current setup? I was originally considering an aftermarket MP3 capable head unit, but not sure if I want to remove the stock look. Also concerned about security, my car is always parked on campus parking lots. iPod iPod iPod! I have been iPodless for a while now, and really miss it. I've been using my Motorola E815 a little bit as an MP3, but is not a good setup at all. It also can't hook into my car setup without getting some sort of funny audio adapter, the motorola headphone jack is wierd. Headphone quality stinks. Now that I'm back in college, I'm really missing my iPod for studying/homework. What should I do? New iPod, refurb 60GB, 30GB, or replace/modify my car stereo setup? I would love one of the new 80GB iPods, but I'm not sure if I can really justify it with my tight budget. I like the idea of having all my music and most of my movies on one device, plus being able to backup my entire powerbook (80GB) hard drive onto my iPod would be great. I really need a large external HD for what I do, but an 80GB should be plenty for now. I'm not sure if it's really worth the $50 difference from the old 5th gen to the new one... thoughts? If I went the iPod route, my car setup would have to stay the way it is, I would just hook the iPod up through the crummy line in setup I have. Sure, my dream setup would be a nice integrated iPod interface, but, again, $$ is the issue. Well, I'm going to get back to the massive amount of math homework I should be doing instead of cranking out a paper on iPods and such , Why are Apple announcements so distracting!