I don't think I'd use a dremel, it's a bit overkill and could easily result in cutting away too much. Jeweler's files are probably the right tool, tho I've never used them for anything. Perhaps you could attach a bit of felt to the edges like on the CD drive for some scratch protection. And if there's room, I'd look in to making a compartment that is sealed to prevent stuff getting in to the internals of the computer except for in your iPod touch port.
OK, i used the jeweler file (thnx guys), came out pretty good. The ipod touch slides in easily....i have one problem the airport extreme in in the way so i have no idea how am going to put the ipod cable so that the ipod slides in and plugs right in. I thought about removing the airport extreme but then no wifi would suck...Any ideas? Here are a couple pics of the ipod slot... [img][img]
how about replacing the hard drive with a solid state drive SSD, and trying to put that in the same location? Maybe remove the optical? I am afraid you are going to have to remove something to be able to make it work...
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