Okay, let me say that a perfect iPod Touch is near impossible to find. In regards to my previous topic about the Apple Store (see below), let me tell you what happened there this time. So I got my appointment at 11:30 there today and brought up my iPod convinced that they would exchange it for me, as it was covered by warranty, although after 3 previous exchanges there, I guess they decided it would cost less to not have me as a customer. They refused to replace my last iPod for: Light Leaks, Clicking while recording, and overheating (worse than what you may expect). After talking with the "Genius" I talked to his manager that told me I replaced it so many times already and it was her manager's decision not to let me swap it out again because she thought I would never be satisfied. She told me she couldn't feel any overheating (It was on the home screen, with no background applications, and getting hotter as we were talking), they could not reproduce the clicking in the store (because of background noise, and I even recorded a video that the Genius confirmed there was clicking in the background), and they "couldn't see" the light leaks I was talking about. I tried to point her over to the nearby Mac and bring up some of the topics (with pics) of the problems I've been having, but she refused to even look at these reports as it was from a site called MacRumors and she told me that it was because these were Rumors and can't go off of what some random person said. After arguing for a good 30 minutes, she told me that I could instead get a refund (without paying a restocking fee). I took the refund and set off to the Bestbuy across the street. The Bestbuy didn't have the iPod, so I left and went to the Target down the road. I picked up the iPod at Target, left, came home, turned it on and found a bad light leak. I then brought it back to my local Target (closer) and exchanged it for another with a smaller light leak and a dead pixel. Brought that one back and got it exchanged for my current. No dead pixels, and no light leak around the volume buttons, but it does have 2 smaller light leaks on the right hand side that I don't care nearly as much about. I consider my current one perfect as is. Here is my list of iPods that I had (Not including video clicking as this was only tested on 2): 1. Yellow Tint at the Top of the Screen - C3 2. Light Leak and Dead Pixel - CC 3. Bad Light Leak - CC 4. Light Leak and Overheating - C3 5. Moderate Light Leak - CC 6. Light Leak and Dead Pixel - C3 7. Minimal Light Leak and Minimal Yellow Tint - CC Previous Topic (Question on Apple Store Exchange Policy): So today I ended up exchanging 2 iPod Touches and I exchanged 1 last week, so I'm on my 4th currently. Just wanted to ask because the Apple Genius up there told me that wouldn't be able to exchange it anymore without paying a restocking fee because they didn't want someone returning an iPod for "Within Apple Specifications" defects. My first iPod had Yellow Tinting #2 had a light leak and a dead pixel #3 had a light leak (Worse than #2) #4 has a light leak (not as bad as #2 or 3) and it seems to be overheating with normal use (use of any application for more than 5 minutes heats up the top of the iPod so it is uncomfortable to hold). Did this Genius tell me the truth? To me these defects should not be considered within Apple Specifications (especially since when I returned the 2nd iPod, the Genius I dealt with that time told me a dead pixel was "unacceptable"). Plus I thought I had 14 days to return it, I should be able to return it and buy a new one no problem, but the Genius said I'd still have to pay the restocking fee. If they don't exchange it, even though it has problems, wouldn't that be violating their 1 year warranty?