Vaguely relatedly, I'm soon to be in need of a bigger iPod. I'm wondering what I should do... I currently own a 4 gig nano that's 2 generations old and an 8 gig touch that's 1 generation old. The options I'm looking at right now are a 16 gig nano and a full-sized iPod.
The pros of the 16 gig nano are 1) the price, obviously, 2) the aesthetic value and 3) the fact that it's double the space I have now and I don't need that much more. But the cons are that 1) the screen is rather small for video watching, which is one of the reasons I need more space, and 2) it's not that much more space, so as I get more music in the future, I'll need to upgrade my iPod again.
The pros of the full-sized iPod are 1) It's fucking huge. 120 gigs, so I wouldn't have to upgrade my iPod for some time, and 2) the screen is a nice size. The cons, however, are 1) it's a fucking lot of money and I definitely wouldn't use all the space right away, or, to the best of my knowledge, ever (considering I have about 8 gigs worth of media right now), and 2) it's not very attractive.
So... I'm weighing the options. Right now I'm leaning towards the nano just because there's no option in the full-sized other than 120 gigs, but we'll see. It's funny, I never thought I'd run out of space this way. But either way, I'll still keep the touch, because I can have apps on it and it's still lovely. I'm not sure if I ought to sell the 4 gig nano because I don't use it much anymore and it's very small, but I'm kind of emotionally attached to it...hmm.
In other news, I hate job searching.