"Great player for the money."4.5 starson by saylerboi
Pros: Nice (though tiny) screen.
Durable - I've dropped it several times (with silicone case)and still works great.
Reads metadata accurately - not as common as you would think.
Seamless memory card integration - nearly unheard of.
Is not an Apple or Microsoft
Cons: User interface has steep learning curve, requires light and accurate touch. It does weird stuff if you take your aggression out on it.
Takes outrageous amount of time to refresh memory if you've changed anything.
Used to occasionally freeze up and make
Summary: I have had my Fuze + for a few months and I am very please that I got it. It did take a while to get used to the UI but I no longer even think about it. I had the previous Fuze, and I can navigate around much faster on the Fuze +. Took me a couple of weeks to get used to it though. Playlists are not buried AT ALL. The only things that are buried too deep are the EQ settings, but I figured out that with a decent pair of phones it sounds better with no EQ anyway. Most of my music is in FLAC format and I use iGrado phones and I am perfectly content with the sound quality. If sound quality is important, pay more attention to what actually goes on your ears and the quality of the music file than the gadget that's playing it back - within reason of course. Before I bought it I looked and listened to every mp3 player under $100 I could find, I shopped for months (really) and this was no impulse buy. For the same money, nothing else comes close.