The first 10 readers who vote will win a pair of exchange coupons for the football comedy Offside, which opens on Thursday at Broadway Cinematheque. Special thanks to Golden Scene Co. Jennifer Cheng, 16 My iPod, even though it's an old-school one. I have the 20GB version with the black and white screen. It's not small and slick like the nano, and I can't play videos or look at pictures on it. The only function it has is playing music and that's all I need. Steven Lee, 15 My music box given to me by my best friend who has immigrated to Canada. When I open the box, listen to the beautiful music and see the two little boys dancing on the box, I think of all the wonderful times we had together. Karriena Wadwani, 15 My iPod mini. I take it everywhere and it keeps me entertained any time of the day. The battery lasts for eight hours. Hayoung Baik, 16 My iPod nano. Wherever I go, my iPod is always with me. I love my iPod so much that I've named it 'Nemo'! You can steal all my money, leave me naked in the middle of Central, but spare me a day without my iPod Nemo. Nothing beats listening to Celine Dion and the Backstreet Boys in the shower. Kuma Chow, 18 My MP3 player. Recently, I was on the tram, feeling a bit low, and I decided to listen to Ronnie Day's Remember Me Right. The music was just what I needed. My MP3 player keeps me company, and I use it to record in my French class. Young Koon Kim, 15 My iPod, because I love music. Many careless people break their iPod in a week. I can be quite clumsy, but my iPod is 10 months old and still cool. I store all my favourite songs and pictures. Ruby Lin, 17 My MP3 player. It's nothing fancy, and has no colour screen, limited memory space and no impressive functions such as a photo album or video player. Because the screen can only display one song at a time, you never know what's coming next until the music starts - and this is exactly how I like it.