While it does not have a touch screen,the Sansa Fuze is very easy to use. I've been purchasing Sansa MP3 players since they came out, and have always been satisfied. I presently own a Fuze, and a Clip. I would suggest you purchase just the 2GB version, then buy as large a micro SDHC card as you need. I beliece, presently, largest capacity card is 16GB, but a 32GB one is on the horizon.
I'm looking to get my first and hopefully only (for a few years anyway) MP3 player.
Some family members have Ipod touches and they are nice. I have also read good things about the new Samsung P3, and the upcoming Sony walkman. Cowan S9 sounds nice too.
I have a couple of questions.
1. Do any of the GOOD touch screen players come with a card slot? I'd fill up a 16G with my CD collection, and the 32G's a getting a little to expensive. I'd rather just add a memory card.
2. Does Apple, Sony, Samsung not add a card slot so you have to buy the bigger, more expensive size? Dumb question I know.
My hearing sucks, so I don't needs the best of the best sounding players. I'd like to be able to have some decent video on it. I'm not stuck on the MP3 player styling either. Of of the Media player units like the Cowan D2 or Creative zen would be fine too.