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Can anyone recommend a sturdy leather case for the M2000 which allows access to the docking station and all the buttons.

Also, what's the best was to care for the screen, remove fingerprints ect? Are 'screen protectors' worth their price? :?:

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Not sure about cases but I really think that screen protectors are worth their weight in gold - they last quite a long time and there is nothing more upsetting than scratching your new M2000 screen!

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Thanks for the advice - BTW how can I access my Lycos email on the M2000 either using explorer or otherwise? They've removed POP3 access and require a HTTP link for outlook. Can the M2000 support this?

Also, is it possible to listen to the BBC through their website? I've downloaded Realplayer to no avail. Any suggestions?

(Is this the right place to ask these questions)

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For case try

www.pielframa.com
www.expansys.com

P.S. Piel Frama cases, although pricey, are the bees knees!

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I was thinking of getting a case from here: Covertec

Anyone know if they are any good? Is there a particular make i should go for or place to buy from when it comes to screen protectors?

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