I know it's supposed to heat up A LITTLE when it charges or syncs, but this last Thursday, I plugged my iPod into my clock/radio/dock, to use its music as an alarm on Friday. Now, two things: a.) It's supposed to stop charging when it reaches 100%, right? Well it was still hot in the morning. It was at 100% when I went to bed, and was on the dock for atleast 7 hours after that, maybe like an hour before being full. b.) Should my iPod get hot enough to burn me? (rhetorical question; it's OBVIOUSLY not supposed to.) Well maybe not BURN me, but enough for me to be unable to hold it for about 10 minutes... Since, all of my apps have followed a pattern of lag, crash, be perfectly fine, crash again, crash on opening. The battery is also NOWHERE NEAR where it used to be. Listening to music for 4 hours got me down to 70% yesterday. It usually doesn't go down below 90% for that length of time. So, if I explain all of this to Apple (I'll be at a store next Sunday) will they be able to replace my iPod (2nd+ gen, 8GB)? Or am I stuck with this one forever? I worked all summer to afford the thing, and I'd be REALLY upset if I can't get one that works right... Please Register or Log in to view images *EDIT: Now that I think about it, the battery has been weird since I got the thing. It takes like 45 minutes to get from the "20% remaining" warning to full. Isn't it supposed to take HOURS? But it only started getting hot Thursday; it never even got slightly warm before that, and I didn't do anything other than baby the crap of it... *ANOTHER EDIT (because I have no life.): Or at least fix it?