Summary: I have had zero problems with this unit. I've had it for over a year. 1) It syncs perfectly in Windows XP and Vista. Don;t even need included software. 2) Drag-n-drop. I often drag files to it over the usb cable. 3) It's easy to find and play songs. 4) The sound quality is very good.
Summary: I have had a 2GB Sansa for a couple of years now and love it. It is easy to use and holds a great number of songs. This Christmas I decided to get one for each of my parents (a 4GB and a 1GB) and they are both thrilled with theirs.
Summary: Sansa has created an easily usable sturdy MP3 player that is $50 and can be used with Napster and Yahoo! Music. As an anti ipod parent this is a great thing for me. Of course, there are still daily calls for their own "iPod", but they love being to fill their MP3 with all new music on a daily basis...
Summary: I have quite a bit of experience with mp3 players, because I've had pretty bad luck with them, but the SanDisk Sansa M200 series (I own both the and this ) has proven to be the most reliable and user friendly, hands down.
Summary: THIS IS THE VERY BEST MP3 PLAYER ON THE MARKET! IT HOLDS UP TO 64 HOURS OF MUSIC (TRUST ME YOU'LL RUN OUT OF SONGS BEFORE YOU DO SPACE.) AND IS VERY EASY TO USE. AS SOON AS YOU PLUG IT INTO YOUR COMPUTOR, YOU'LL BE PROMTED TO THE SET-UP SCREEN.
Summary: OK, let me clarify first I am not a huge fan of Apple/McIntosh or any of their products. My son received an Ipod for Christmas last year (2005) which has been functional about 4 weeks in that time.
Summary: I was looking for an mp3 player with 2 features: 1st to work with regular batteries and 2nd without a hard drive. I know, I'm weird, but I wanted to be able to replace the battery when it runs out, not to wait until I have a chance to charge it again.