Summary: I found it to be a good little player, once I learned it. My advice is to buy an additional memory card and use that for your music. The 4 GB are not enough. I bought a 16GB and I am satisfied. Also, Playlists have to be done from your PC with Windows Media player or something similar, but it's no big deal.
Summary: Which is--don't leave the player plugged into your PC to charge the battery too long or while any changes are made on the administrative side of the PC. Problems may result. I found that from time to time if an audio book is "filed" under the "music" section, the chapters may not play in order. Big spoiler if you're listening to a good mystery. For the price, this is a good MP3 player.
Summary: This Sansa Clip Zip 4GB is a nice little mp3 player. The menus are fairly easy to navigate and the sound quality is good. This refurbished one was in good condition and included a short micro USB cable and headphones. There were no printed instructions but hey, how hard are these things to use? Once I plugged it into my PC a window popped up with various menu options including a link to instructions, anyway.
Summary: i've gone jogging with this several times and it works for me. its small and portable and fits in my pocket while I am running. the one issue I have is its hard to see the display during my afternoon jog when the sun is strong. but aside from that---i'm happy with my purchase. the cool thing about this is that its relatively inexpensive and I don't worry about dropping it or getting sweat on it while I am jogging.
Summary: I've never owned an mp3 player before, but these work really well. I do wish you could create playlists inside the player, but aside from that it works well. The battery seems like it lasts over 12 hours. When I received this, I received 2 pairs of earbuds instead of 1 pair of earbuds and 1 micro USB cable, but I was ordering an accessories kit anyway so it didn't end up mattering.