In September, 2005, Apple took a big risk with the iPod Scratch... uh... Nano. The company discontinued its most popular iPod model, the Mini, to replace it with the iPod Nano. The Nano was flash based, extremely slim (62 percent smaller than the Mini), and still had a color LCD screen. But size isn't everything. Users complained that the device scratched extremely easily and a number of lawsuits ensued.