Now, I've not done proper, practical Electronics since it was compulsory in Years 7-9 at school.. Although I did do the theory at GCSE and A-Level in physics. Albeit only analogue electronics, I have a limited knowledge of digital which I picked up through personal research. It's still something I'm really interested in, and I'd like to get more into it by perhaps making a small device of my own. What I'm thinking of is an FM transmitter for my Walkman so I can use it in the car. I was just wondering if anyone could help me out with a few things. Like whether I should use the proprietary USB or 3.5mm jack to connect the transmitter, or whether I could even do it. What parts would I need? Could I get them from somewhere like Maplins? Would a small LCD to show the frequency be too much for a rookie like me? Like I said in the thread title, I'm only thinking of doing it at the moment.. I've not committed yet, I was just wondering if it was plausible.