so I got this for christmas, 15gb version, and after a day of playing with it I am wondering if anyone can give me a good reason not to sell it and get an archos jukebox instead Please Register or Log in to view images I hate iTunes with a passion, it is the most bloated piece of crap that severely limits the way you manage your own collection. I mean at my families I put iTunes on my girlfriends laptop to try out the Touch and when I got it home and put it on my computer I had to WIPE every file I had put on it off of it because I used it on a new computer... wtf Please Register or Log in to view images Also given that its the new 2nd gen model there are no alternatives to iTunes currently working, there is no way to jailbreak it, I have a collection of 4000+ video files, mostly TV episodes and movies, and I sh*t you not a total of 13 of them worked on this without requiring a 2 hour conversion process. I have over 10k mp3 files and I left iTunes running syncing them overnight and it didn't even get half way, then I canceled it thinking I could do the rest later, nope, it restarted the whole thing, so unless I want to surrender this AND my pc for 24 hours or more I am not getting my music collection on it, probably because they are uncompressed loss-less format. I don't understand why anyone likes these things... the apps are cool and I gotta admit I downloaded 3 pages of them and burned through my $50 itunes gift card pretty quickly, but only because I can't get any of my media on it. So I guess I'm looking for help, maybe there is an easier way to do this that I am not seeing, but basically I have several thousand avi/mpeg/wmv files that I want on this and I am not going to go through the conversion process for each of them independently, that is ridiculous. This device can view flash media files just fine on youtube and even WMV files on other online video sites so I KNOW for a fact it is capable of playing them, it is just Apple bullsh*t that they don't let you copy those formats to it because they want to push their own native quicktime/MP4 formats.