Hello, How are you? I have an iPod Video, the 5th gen one with 30gb. I enjoy the sound output from the ipod very much so I would like to keep using it. I would however like to expand it's storage. From what I read on the web, there are several possibilities for the iPod video, form larger 1.8 PATA hard-drives, to mSata SSD, to Compact Flash cards. From these options, what I would prefer would be the mSATA ssd. They are cheaper than CF cards for the same capacity and are more reliable than HDDs. I know mSATA ssds are SATA and that the iPod Video is PATA, so a convertor would be needed. My questions: Can I use any mSATA SSD, like this one for example: http://www.amazon.com/Crucial-120GB-mSATA-Internal-CT120M500SSD3/dp/B00BQ8RFAI/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1386346316&sr=1-1&keywords=msata+ssd+crucial What convertor do I need? Will this work on a 5th gen 30gb video? Has anyone done this here on Macrumors? Please help me out. Thank you! Cheers!