We haven't picked up a nano for full-time use yet, but
from what we could tell it was made with the same general type of clear plastic (painted white or black underneath,
natch) as pretty much every other iPod. But not a week after a few boards lit up with claims that their users' new
babies' screens were cracking unduly, an Apple discussion board has hundreds of customers complaining that their
facades are scratching way too easily, and that the plastic isn't at all resilient—even for iPod plastic. We even heard
complaints of scratches with a microfiber wipe—that's serious, man. So what do ya think everybody? Has your
nano's screen stood up to the test of time
(i.e. a couple weeks)?