Pros: Easy menu navigation, great display, plenty of awesome apps, storage is perfect.
Cons: Not the most sturdy piece of hardware.
This is the first iPod I've bought since the the old (now called Classic) iPods. While at times I've found myself missing the click-wheel that made the first iPods unique in the first place, I've started to grow a liking for the easy-to-use navigation format for these new iPods. The design, while not incredibly unique, still has a definite Apple feel to it, and the display screen is top-notch; you'll have a hard time finding mobile devices with better clarity or colors. On top of that, Apple's App Store is chock full of awesome apps that are only rivaled by the Android Market. But what makes this iPod the best MP3 player is it's storage. At 32 GB, it has enough to hold a decently sized library of songs (mine's is at 3500+ songs) and still have enough space for plenty of photos, videos and apps you might want. One of the few downsides to the iPod Touch is that, like any sleek handheld device, it is not incredibly sturdy. But this doesn't amount to much, as you can simply buy a nice protective case for it and you should do well (I bought mine a Griffin Survivor case, quite possibly the best case you can get for it). The touch keyboard can also be a little hard to use sometimes, but its auto correction feature usually helps you more often than not, and it's still plenty better than most other handheld devices' touch keyboards.