Anyone who has ever walked past this shop (as Sarah does every day on her way to work; and indeed went in there on Saturday to enquire about costs for a possible security camera system for our new home) will know that it's rather large, and has a rather large sign displaying the shop's name. Heck, the fact that it has a website kind of suggests to me that maybe it needs to rethink its methodology a tadlet...
In other news, we are now a two iPhone household. And Sarah's is a fourth gen with iOS 4.0.1 and I'm insanely jealous... *green*
On the negative side, I've tried pluggin my existing iPhone and iPod into my new computer and I can't sync them without totally deleting their contents first. [If anyone knows a way round this, please let me know...if nothing else I'd like to update the iPhone's OS...]
On the other hand, as the iPod is now on its last legs (haemorrhaging battery power like there's no tomorrow) I'm considering a replacement. I was going to go for a cheap 4GB player, then thought, well, how about a 16GB iPod nano, and then thought, well, for not much more than an iPod nano I can get a used 160GB iPod from Amazon. Which seems like not a bad idea. As it is, when we've finally moved I can re-rip all of my CDs & stuff so I won't lose much from my old iPod (I'll have to draw up a list of tracks that I'll need to replace - ones that weren't sourced from CD, tape or vinyl; I know there are a fair few tracks on there that I bought from the iTunes store).
And there's going to be more Sherlock. Which is "YAY!!!".