If you want the Insignia Sport MP3 Player with Bluetooth, now is the time--the player has limited availability and BestBuy does not appear to be scheduling production for more. You may be rightfully asking yourself why you would want a generic brand MP3 player with one foot out the door. (Or how this outdated player has stealthily edged onto Crave.) At $89.99 for 4GB, it's not shockingly cheap, and it's basic design is far from eye-catching.
What the Insignia Sport does have going for it, though, is an array of features unmatched by most other MP3 players. There's integrated A2DP Bluetooth for use with wireless headphones; Rhapsody DNA; on-the-fly track rating; an FM radio with RDS and song tagging capability; bookmarking; a MicroSD card slot; compatibility with Mac and Windows; and support for a variety of audio formats, including Audible, OGG, and WMA Lossless (that last one in particular is hard to come across outside the Zune family). So, if you're looking for a solid-sounding MP3 player with a glut of extras for a palatable price, this device is worth a look.