I got $60 bucks. $20 is from my monthly allowance too.
Oh well...it'll go to my money envelope where I'm saving up for my Creative Zen Vision. It owns the iPod Video and it's wimpy format support.
Hard Drive Capacity: 30GB
Dimensions: 124.2 x 74.4 x 20.1mm
Display: 3.7" TFT LCD (640x480 pixels, 262,144 colors for video playback)
Casing: Magnesium Alloy
Weight: 239g (with battery)
* Up to 13 hours continuous audio playback (Based on MP3/128kbps)
* Up to 4.5 hours continuous video playback (Based MPEG4-SP/500 kbps)
Video Playback Formats: AVI, MPEG-1/2/4-SP, Windows Media™ Video (WMV) 9, Motion-JPEG, DivX™2 4 and 5 and XviD3
Audio Playback Formats: MP3 (Up to 320 kbps), WMA (Up to 320 kbps), WMA with Digital Rights Management (DRM) 9 or later and Linear PCM WAV
Photo formats supported : JPEG
Battery Removable Rechargeable Li-ion battery
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Up to 97dB
Harmonic Distortion Output: <0.1%
Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
Audio Output: 3.5mm stereo mini-jack, built-in speaker
Video Output: Composite TV-Out; supports NTSC and PAL systems
Interface: USB 2.0 Hi-Speed4
Card Slot: Compact Flash Card Type I & II
PIM: Syncs with Microsoft Outlook® Contacts, Calendar & Tasks
Yes, for $350-$400, you get this awesome beauty that actually supports the formats that MATTER. Mmmm...I'm still $154 from owning this sexy beast...heheh...