There’s only one ethernet jack, so forget about having a fancy router.
Disk space maxes out at 80 Gig, so no large numbers of big files.
250 Gig would have been better. Ya, okay, I was a bit disappointed in the mini.
Alas, the only thing about the ShufflePod I liked was the price per megabyte.
About half the price I paid for Luisa’s iRiver unit. But the thing has no display, except for a battery level indicator.
So if you plunk down a gig of music on it, you have to just keep pressing the “next” button until you get to the song you want to hear.
I’m sure this is the reason they named it the “Shuffle” — you aren’t supposed to navigate at all.