I recently witnessed a dissection of a 40 GB iPod, and noticed how tiny the HDD was. It is smaller than any PCMCIA HDD I have seen. Does anyone know if someone is working on a way to hack the HDD's proprietary interface to a PCMCIA interface? The Toshiba 5 GB PCMCIA HDD costs way too much for it's capacity. If someone could hack the interface on a Toshiba iPod HDD, it woulc conceivably cost less money to buy an iPod, and crack it open to take the HDD and use it as an external HDD for a laptop. Does anyone know if anyone is working on something like this? When I looked at the HDD, it looked like it had some sort of mini IDE connection on it, before it went to the ribbon connected to the PCB.