It wasn't exactly a surprise, given that Microsoft told us last month
exactly when they would be available, but sure enough you can now get yourself a Zune HD
with some funky wallpaper on the front and a fresh etching on the back. The artistic designs are just as interesting as the earlier ones
applied to the dearly departed models, and as before you can get custom inscriptions added to the top, like the example above we created to mark the budding romance
between our own Joshua Topolsky and his Zune. Best of all, custom designs and inscriptions are totally free -- if you don't mind paying MSRP, of course.
[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]