Yes, it's me again. Due to a few circumstances, I've decided I no longer want any of my personal data within reach of others. I've become accustomed to storing data on my hard drive @ work, but no longer want to do that for various reasons. So I'm looking for a way to move fair amounts of data in a small package. First thought was a 1GB keychain. This would satisfy most of my data needs. But then I figured, if I'm going to spend $400+ on this, I could get one heck of a hard drive based MP3 player to carry around. So, who's got an IPOD? And do they work with Windows yet? I'm going to blow a nice chunk of change within the next few days (or hours), if not on an IPOD, on something similar. Here's what I desire: - Must have USB connectivity. A lot of people don't have firewire yet. I'd prefer something with both USB 2.0 AND firewire, but will settle for plain old USB if that's all I can get. I can't settle on just firewire unless there are inexpensive 1394 -> USB adaptors available. - Must work with Windows (obviously). I'd prefer if the internal data simply used standard drivers and showed up as a standard external hard drive. Then I could use it with Linux, too. - Must be able to use it as a portable hard drive and MP3 player at the same time (ie, a collection of MP3s playable via the player, and a large cache of standard files on the same drive at any given time). - The smaller the better. That's about it. Any advice?? Thank you!