iFace Borrows A Trick From The Cellphone Industry

Made by Winzz, the iFace takes after the hugely popular changeable faceplate movement which started with cellphones back in the day. (Admit it, you had your huge Nokia phone with the butterfly faceplate that you used to play snake on.) iFace costs $25 for the initial black case which isn't too bad for a decent case. But wait. You'll need to start buying faceplates for the iFace! Ok, well, how much, you ask? $20 a pop. Yes. A new faceplate will cost you almost another case. Sorry Winzz, cool idea, but give us $5 faceplates if you expect us to get sucked in.

iFace interchangeable iPod cases announced [iLounge]