We can't believe it, but Fusion CA-1P500 is apparently the first head unit that allows you to dock and hide your iPod directly inside the face. The thing costs £149.99 ($278), which isn't too bad for a head unit that has an OLED menu, a knob that corresponds to the iPod's scroll wheel, and SRS Wow. It fits the classic, touch and nano, but supposedly not the iPhone. Weird, aren't the touch and iPhone about the same? In any case, what we'd love is for it to take in the iPhone and give us full handsfree calling capabilities through a mic in the head and output through the speakers. [Fusion via T3]
Good points everyone.
I've never had any problems looking at my iPod Nano while driving. A Touch is more tricky to navigate with one hand.
I remember when the first iPod controllable stereos came out, they were very laggy when selecting songs and stuff. I hope they are better now.
I think the biggest problem with this thing is your iPod will COOK inside it! When I remove a CD from my car CD player it's on fire. I'd hate to buy this $300 oven to cook my $300 iPod.