You’ll find that the e200v2 and Fuze will behave very similarly. The v1 e200 has a different processor, and acts accordingly (not saying that’s necessarily a bad thing).
I have several Clips, plus a v2 e200. The Fuze is like a melding of the two. The control wheel of the View is an integral part of the Fuze, and it’s great, as it rotates through functions, plus clicks at an angle, navigating through menus plus pause / FF / REW. The button of the Clip doesn’t rotate.
Compared to the controls of the e200, the rotating scroll wheel is a separate piece, and feels different in use than the integrated Fuze wheel.
The Fuze shares much of its construction form factor with the Clip, a pressed-fit clamshell case. The back is a unique part, coated with a cool tactile rubberized coating like the View. The e200 has a metal back, which is removable to access a user-replaceable Lithium Polymer battery.
Both the Fuze and e200v2 have SDHC capability, without database refresh delays as long as the SD card is not changed.