If all you have is $100 to spend on an iPod speaker system, the iHome iH8 iPod clock radio is one of your better bets.
If you're looking for an iPod-friendly audio system for your kitchen, the SDI iHome iH36 certainly fits the bill.
The iHome iH15 may not sound all that great or have much in the way of features, but its capability to change colors and set a mood in a darkened room is a unique and appealing trait.
For iPod owners in the market for a clock radio, the iHome iH5 is an attractive option.
If you don't mind hooking up wires and separate speakers, the SDI iHome iH52 is one of the better deals in the iPod-speaker arena.
If you're looking for a portable iPod speaker system/alarm clock that can also serve as a home-based system--and you don't need a radio--the iH27 may fit the bill.
While it lacks any radio functionality, the iHome iH4 is a solid value if you're looking for a low-cost bedside iPod audio speaker that recharges your iPod while you sleep and has a built-in clock and alarm.
Despite some budget design traits, the iHome iH70 effectively combines PC speakers and an iPod speaker dock in one product--but you can get the nearly identical black version for half as much.
While the iHome iH69B may not sound as good as its step-up sibling, the iH70, it effectively combines PC speakers and an iPod speaker dock in one product and is arguably the better value.
While its sound isn't so impressive, the iHome iH12's simple and attractive design gives it an appeal as a budget iPod clock radio.