Some punk broke into my dad's Tahoe recently and made off with his GPS and a controller for his CD changer. I have no idea why one would risk jail time for maybe $30, but I guess that's beside the point. Feel free to be angry with me. Anywho, if the remote control he has doesn't allow him full use of the CD changer, I might finally talk him into an iPod. He switched to a Mac before I did about five years ago, so he is open to different technology. He burns CDs from time to time with different assortments of old people music -- mostly old Country and some comedy stuff. Now I know 8GB would be plenty of storage for him, so I basically want to know what others think the best choice would be -- iPod touch or iPod nano. I know the pros and cons for me since I own an iPhone and owned an iPod 5G back in the day, which is quite similar to a nano. I lean toward a touch because of the large screen, touch capabilities and potential for apps. If anybody in the boomer range is here or if any of you know a boomer with an iPod, I'd love some input. Before anyone asks, I may have considered one of the older iPod shuffles -- I owned the stick-of-gum-shaped one -- but not the sans-controls ones.