Right, so I'm going travelling in a month and want to invest in a good MP3 player, since the 23 hour flight to Australia without any music would be umm....Boring. So basically, I'm all set to buy one of these Shuffly things but then I see that the max operating altitude is 10,000 feet. Right. Does this include pressurised plane cabins? I know it's a bit of a silly question because you're unlikely to listen to an iPod whilst skydiving, but if it is true then this isn't the IPod for me. I'm a student operating on a scant budget, and £59 is a LOT to me, money which could be used to provide less important factors than MP3 players, such as food and shelter. So I need to be sure. Sorry if this sounds like a stupid question, but when it comes to MP3 players I'm still in 1992. Thanks.