I thought I'd post this for fun though I think it has a limited appeal. Back in the day when I bought a brand new iPod 5G in 2005, I used a protective film from a company called Power Support. They make great protect films and I've used them on my iPhones. The film is still on my iPod 5G and doing its job. Recently I scored an iPod Classic 5.5 on eBay. It was brand new and never opened. So it's brand new. I was amazed it works and the battery is taking a charge and holding that change. Not bad for an 11 year old iPod that's never been used before. So I wanted to protect my investment and keep it scratch free. Power Support of course do not make films for such an old iPod anymore, at least I couldn't find them. So I made my own from purchasing a brand new iPhone 6 film. They provide two films in one package which is great, so I could both the front and rear films. I measured the iPod and drew it up in CAD. Then I printed out the outline for the films and used that as a template to hand cut the films. They turned out great. Luckily I have a circle cutter. I have an iPod Classic 7G that I've been meaning to make a protective film for the rear side. Maybe I can still find a film for that one. At any rate, This was a fun little project.