I've just sold my iPod Touch 2g on Amazon (it only took a couple of hours to sell after listing it -- quite thrilling), and I would actually like to leave it as it is for the next owner, if it's not too terrible an idea. The OS is the last released compatible version for this 2nd generation Touch, and it's jailbroken so it's able to have wallpaper and multitasking (which were originally disabled in this iOS version for the 2nd gen). So if I'm logged out of my iTunes account from the settings menu, have deleted some of the apps that I think would be wise to delete, and have removed my email accounts from the device, do you think there would be any harm in passing it along as-is? Maybe there's something I'm not thinking of that should make me want to wipe the whole thing clean? When the next owner logs into their account in the settings menu, is that going to render all of the existing apps useless or deleted anyhow? It just seems like the nicer thing to do. I can include an explanatory note on how to log in to their own iTunes account, and that they have the option to wipe it all clean through iTunes if they'd like. So terrible idea, or no harm? I'm shipping it off tomorrow. I've only sold it about a half hour ago, so I haven't thought it through a whole lot for myself at this point. Thanks for any tips and help.