Summary: I like that it's small and relatively easy to use. However, I wanted to listen to books and this player was definitely not designed for that. SanDisk tech support said that books downloaded from Audible (for a monthly fee of course) would resume where you left off if you hit pause before powering down. Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't - it's inconsistent.
Summary: if all you want is a simple music player and you have no interest in video this thing is the way to go.... I put a bunch of my music on it and just stick it on shuffle at work and it plays all day.....
Summary: I am very pleased with it, sound quality is a bit poor but if tou turn the srs wow feature off and fiddle with the graphic equaliser, sound quality is much better although the headphone dont sit in your ears vey comfortably, they often fall out when i am walking
Summary: I purchased a Lexar LDP-200 with a 512 MB SD card on a Friday, returned it the next Monday because of poor quality sound and lack of features. The Sandisk e140 is great but the headphones aren't. I use a pair in Sennheiser MX400 earbud headphones which improve the sound quality a lot. I personally don't care for the SRS WOW effects but at least it's there for the people that do. The five band EQ is nice to have.
Summary: Love this little MP3 player. Dropped it in my hottub and didn't realize until a few minutes later. Was so distraught, I then smashed down the cover of the hottub over it. After retrieving, let it dry out for a day and it still plays the same as it did the first day I bought it. Great.
Summary: This thing is great! It's cheap, has enough space, and totally expandable thanks to the SD Card expansion slot. If you need more space, you can just go grab an SD card and load that up. If you overload that, get another! Carry them around, they are the size of a stamp!! This also means you don't have to worry about failing Hard Drives(iPod) and switches song to song faster. You can also use those cards in your PDA and Digital Cam!