Since his iPod nano has 7.5 percent less storage than advertised, he's hoping to get either a full refund, or at least get 7.5 percent of his money back. Since the 8GB iPod nano currently goes for CAD$219, that means Mr. Bilton would like his CAD$16.43 back from Apple, please. To me, this suit looks like a good example of what happens when law students get bored. The claim is a bit silly, especially given that Apple already notes that the usable space will be less than advertised. We'll probably see Bilton suing his favorite hard drive manufacturer next, though.