My new (old) car doesn't handle music on a thumb drive very well, so I'm looking for a better way to play MP3s in the car. Mrs_S has a nice iPod touch she does use any more, so that's plenty of storage. Problem is, I'm a Windows guy. All of my music is MP3s in Media Player on Windows 10. About half of it was downloaded from Amazon, and half ripped from CDs I own. We're talking about 320 albums at this point. If I load iTunes on my Windows laptop, will it let me transfer my music to the iPod? Can I get away without an Apple ID? I have no desire to purchase music from Apple or store my music in their cloud. I just want to copy my music onto the iPod and play it in the car over Bluetooth. I realize this does not fit in with Apple's plans for generating revenue and dominating the world, so therefore I expect problems. How badly will Apple screw up my existing library? Should I use an old, disused Kindle Fire instead? It seems I end up with everyone's cast off media devices when they move on to something newer/bigger/cooler/shinier/trendier.