Love the iPad, but between autocorrect on forms and no flash, the device is really frustrating me. This week, I wanted to do some online shopping using the iPad. Filling out forms is a pia. Autocorrect (caps and spell check) make it impossible to fill out forms. There were some combo boxes where the control wouldn't populate the field correctly. Tried to use some financial sites that used flash and couldn't get my transactions to work. No flames please, but I had to get out the $300 Netbook to do real work. Since i'm venting, discovered the hard way that my podcasts wouldn't update through WiFi and I have to sync to get them. Again, love the iPad, but for me it has turned into an entertainment device. How about a function on the virtual keypad that says, "don't autocorrect/spell me". Or, let me add my own words to the dictionary, case sensitive? And say what you will, but you can't ignore the flash situation. I dumped Safari for the Atomic browser to get around the auto-redirection to the tablet version of the sites, plus an ability to increase and save font sizes per site. I know there is a browser that does limited flash, but how many 1-off's are we expected to install to work around the standard apps? Ok, one more thing - I really wish the older apps could rotate to landscape. I keep my iPad in a stand that is landscape and it's impossible to use the portrait only app view.