RCA has released details on the new totally redesigned Lyra HD MP3 player. Housed in a sleek metallic case, the new Lyra is significantly smaller than previous models, and looks to be roughly the same size as the new iPods. The unit holds up to 40 gigs of tunes and data (it works as an external hard-drive) and plays MP3, MP3Pro and WMA files. It uses USB2.0 for transfer, and comes with sync software (for PC) to keep your mobile music the same as your PC. MSRP is $330, with release this summer. Given the strengths of the previous Lyra, and the corrections that seem to have been made on this model, this could be a great device.