I like it a lot. This is my first iPod. I have had a few others. It does a lot of things. Only negatives i cam mention is it is slippery with the chrome backing and no volume switch on the side. You have to push the home button and slide it down from the touch screen to turn it down or up...which only takes a few seconds but it would be nice if there was a volume control on the side like the iPhone. Oh and one other thing..., well besides it still doesnt have a radio in it.....it still doesnt support WMA music files but oh well. I hear ya but for me, i didnt want one with a hard drive in it. Ive broken two of those so i wanted no moving parts and the touch uses flash memory. Yes i did do the hack. There are a ton of things you can add to it. I still havent added the maps or weather because you have to do some extra steps and i just havent done them yet. I have done some of it but still have a little more to do to get them on there. I really wanted a nano for the same reasons but i just couldnt pass up the wi-fi feature. I deffinetly cant take my iPod touch to my work because it will get beat up or stolen so ill still have to bring my other one ( sansa 6 GB) if i bring one to work. I like to listen to Howard Stern when i can ( i download the shows and add them on my player) but i think im going to get a Sirius Stiletto when my free year is up in my truck. Touch choice you have to make, but make it for what you wil use it for. When i get a laptop i probably wont use the wi-fi feature much on the IPod, but its nice to have on the run.