Well you will be stuck with only what can fit in your ipod with the Wadia setup and you can have access to your whole collection from the Apple TV. From a convenience standpoint the Apple TV is a lot better. I personally could not live with only having available what will fit in an ipod. I also have the Wadia doc and I'd say it sounds a little bit better than the Apple TV, but it's hard to compare since I have different cables and such. If you have an older ipod forget it, it's a major pain. You can't see what's on the screen of the ipod while it's playing and you have to dock and undock every time you start it up and shut it down, plus no remote control. If you do go the Wadia route the only way it's any fun at all to use is with the newer ipod classic. You can stop and start the ipod (quick) with it docked and see what's playing while it's playing. I've only used the Wadia with an older 80GB ipod and the newer classic as well as with the iphone so maybe it's pretty smooth with the touch and nanos, but those have small capacity so it seems like they probably wouldn't be what you are thinking of anyway as far as ipods would go.
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