This is my view on the whole thing. I just got a 60 GB iPod Video - White. I know that my screen will scratch over time and I accept that, and you should too. When Apple released the iPod, it's purpose was really simple: make people happy, by giving them a convenient way to listen to music anywhere. I highly doubt any of you who keep (excuse the loose use of this word) whining, about your iPod's hairline scratches, have, in the last few days, turned your iPod on and played a few tunes, and enjoyed them, while not being sub-consious about your iPod being scratched in your pocket. I have. I did it today. Now for the people who DON'T have hairline scratches, I'm sorry that your iPod looks like it got ran over by a D-R Field and Brush mower, but I absolutely refuse to believe that you got those (not scratches) dents from normal use. But for the rest of the hairline whiners, go get your iPod, turn it on, play a song, put it down, and enjoy it. Okay? If you're not going to be happy when you're using your iPod, then you may as well not have one. And if you're gonna make that big of a deal about a screen, buy a Shuffle.