The initial findings are positive for this 8GB Sandisk Sansa View. I am able to drag & drop movie files onto the MicroSDHC memory card installed in this slender device as long as I first use the Sansa Media Converter which somehow initiates the movie playing with a video folder that the system accepts. I'm glad of this because the SMC is horrible for converting files. The movie files all have framerate issues where there just isn't enough of a framerate. Having dropped some other better converted files the issue is gone which tells me the device is capable of solid movie playing. I at first thought, before discovering I could D&D files, that this was going to be another dud. So far, though, I'm thinking this might actually be a solid product from Sandisk. The screen has minor viewing angle issues but is very good on resolution. I have to say, for some reason, the music production on this device, though the same music files as are on the other units I've tried and the ones I still have, seems to be better. The sound for a 96Kb/s MP3 file is surprisingly good. It sounds very rich as though it were coming straight from a retail music CD. I don't have the EQ enable and the sound is standard configuration. These are initial findings and further usage will bring to light either a very good player or a not so very good player.