4 Great for the price...but don't bother trying to sychronize!lanceM | 09/05/2007 | See all lanceM's reviews (6)Before I move onto the good points of this mp3 player, I must say I was very angry at first that I had to get Media Player version 10 back to synchronize the songs onto it...but after i'd done that it still didn't even work properly! It put the songs on fine, but you cannot use the 'album', 'artists' etc options to find your music easily - which it says you can do if the songs are put on this way. Instead, I have to go the long way to find which songs I want by going to the route folder option. This is a pain in the neck but you learn to live with itAll of that synchronization stuff was rather annoying, but I have to say it's the only real complaint I have about the player. It has plenty of good points:- Small and compact, good interface- Bright screen- Not bad headphones for this price- Rechargable BatteryCharging is a bit of a pain unless you have a mains charger (not included) like I do luckily. Otherwise you have to charge through the USB port which is slow because of the small amount of current coming through it.Overall, i'm pretty satisfied given that I payed under £40 for this player, which is a damn good price for 2GB of space, a colour screen and rechargable battery. Once you get used to it, it's a cool little MP3, but many people may not have the patience for it!