Hi everyone, I admit, I've never owned an Apple iDevice. All of my Apple purchases have been computers and the like - so I don't have much experience with iPods etc. and could use some advice on a pending purchase. I'm taking French classes and need to listen to MP3 audio voice files (over and over again). I decided that I should get an iPod or something so that I can take the audio on the road and be able to listen to my practice files instead of sitting in front of my computer. I've been looking at the shuffle and trying to decide if that would meet my needs - or whether I should drop the extra cash on a nano. All I really need the device for is to have access to the voice audio mp3's and be able to play music now and then. I'm thinking a nano would be overkill - but I'm worried that the shuffle would not give me the control to continually repeat certain voice files without having to hunt them down. I suppose I could create play lists for each file, but wouldn't the shuffle just "shuffle" to whatever file it wants to play? What would be cool is to have a menu or ability to pick a file, hit play and then pause and rewind, or replay the same file. Can I do that with one of the newer shuffles, or should I go with a nano? If nano, then why... what is the difference besides more things it can do that I don't need? Sorry for the long post, just wanted to make sure you understood my needs. Thanks in advance for any advice you can throw my way.