I think the classic is more on the niche market for people who really need that much drive space. I suspect medical professionals, maybe remote photographers who download raw images out in the wilds kinda thingy and use the classic for a storage device as opposed to dragging a laptop around.
I dunno John But I did read a bunch of articles, where iPods was a choice to download to compared to flash cards. Might be something to do with the ability to view your Shot on the spot? but these photographers where like on Mount Everest, really remote areas.
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