I just got done shrink-wrapping my iPod, and other than the billion air bubbles, it's not that bad for something that will keep me scratch free until I buy a case. All you need is a ziplock bag and a hair dryer or stove flame. Just put the iPod in the bag, point the hair dryer at it or hold it safely above the flame, and work it until you get it right. It might take a few bags and it would be smart to test it first with a similar shaped object to get an idea as to how the bag reacts to the heat. As long as your not putting your iPod in the fire you'll be fine. It takes seconds for the bag to shrink so you'll be fine. I'll post some pics of how mine came out.