You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"Mangini might not have had balls, but he DID have soft, supple breasts." (SEADAWG)
Nope, the controls are on the headphones. Meaning you can only use their headphones or third-party ones made for the new Shuffle... at least until the adapter comes out. Although at that point, you'd be out $110. Needless to say, this hasn't gone over well, from what I've seen.
I like the construction of the iPod - a good friend of mine has one of the first generation units, and it still works well. My main issue is iTunes - I'm sure it's a great program, but after using drag and drop functionality with pretty much every MP3 player I've owned, it's a definite must have for me.
Thanks, that pretty much answers my question. I'll want to spend a little extra to get a decent one then...any suggestions? Having not done this in a while, what security should I be looking for to be more current? In the router itself...