I have a 40GB iPod in my car. I hooked it up to my Kenwood headunit with this neat adapter Kenwood makes that plugs into the CD-changer jack, so now the headunit treats my iPod like a CD-changer by showing my playlists as CD's in this imaginary CD-changer.
I'm tired of plugging & unplugging the iPod everytime I want to use it outside of the car, so I'm in the market for a Nano. The read-up on it on amazon.com claims that it has all the same features as a regular iPod (just less capacity, of course). Is this true? Does anyone here own a regular iPod AND a Nano that can tell me a little something about the similarities/differences between the 2? Thanks!
If they would just handle contacts differently, I would be happier. I have to remember my contacts or start with contacts. I'd like to do it differently. I also wish there were an easier way to do groups - that is very painful. But possible.