I have x pdcp : I like/dislike x about it.
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I'll go first,


Sony D-EJ616CK : It has an ok (IM-blissfully, ignorant-HO) line out, 20 hr. battery life, and 45 sec. skip protection.

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Iriver SlimX
Likes: Features, EQ, volume level, general sound quality, remote, looks.

Dislike: Slight hiss, crap anti-skip protection (when compared with Sony), battery life.

Sony D-915
Likes: Size, sound quality, battery life, looks, remote.

Dislikes: Sound quality at low level with bass boost, output volume.

I know you're wanting opinions on PCDP players but I thought I would throw this one in too.

Nomad Jukebox 3
Likes: Excellent sound quality, high output, capacity, firewire interface, battery life, carrying case, wireless remote control, superb anti-skip (never skipped once - just like G-Protection).

Dislikes: Size, expensive batteries, wired remote control (piss poor design, too light, feels flimsy), buttoms could be backlit too.
 
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Iriver Slim-X

Likes: Good sound quality, cool looking, slim, advanced remote control, upgradable firmware

dislikes: short battery life
 
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Rio Volt SP100:

Likes: Plays CD/MP3/WMA with decent battery life (can also be had for very cheap now)

Dislikes: The headphone output is fairly weak (thus I am building a headphone amp for it)
 
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