Hey, all. This is my first post on the forum, which I think I'll be delving into a great deal. Here's the situation, and I apologize in advance for the novel-length post. I recently went on vacation a few weeks ago and had brought everything I thought I would need electronically. Two laptops(17" gaming beast and 12" ultraportable for general browsing), Kindle for reading, my iPhone 3GS and iTouch 4G, so on and so forth. It was, in a nutshell, completely overkill and I didn't use over half of it. I was staying at a family member's house which due to something screwy with their wireless router wouldn't let me on with either of my laptops. My iTouch and iPhone were able to connect flawlessly, though Net browsing on a phone-sized screen(though doable) wasn't a great experience. My mom recently bought an iPad 2(wifi, 32GB) and let me use it whenever she didn't need to. I've admittedly been a very big tablet skeptic and didn't see what all the fuss was about... until I used one for a few days. This is a device which carries significantly less bulk than even my ultraportable laptop, much better battery life, and the iOS interface was pretty straightforward and lacked fuss. Consider me won over, and this is why I'm here... I've got a few questions about picking up a secondhand iPad. I know a tablet won't replace my primary computers, but I figure I could make do with one when on a trip or headed out for the day. I envision using a tablet for writing(journal entries and short stories) paired with a Bluetooth keyboard, general browsing, ebooks, videos, some music, Netflix, and perhaps some games(though this isn't much of a priority). I'm pretty sure I've got the writing side covered as I've used DocsToGo on my iPhone with some success. The only problem I see is that I will probably want a copious amount of space. I'm thinking that at the used prices I'm seeing in my area an iPad 1 in 64GB might be the best price to space ratio. I don't really know if I'd really need the increased capabilities of the iPad 2 at the cost of space; I don't really see much need for the cameras and if I really needed to use FaceTime I've got it on my iTouch. Gaming on a tablet isn't a huge priority either, so I don't see me needing the better graphics anytime soon. However, as this would be my first tablet purchase I could definitely use some advice. Does this sound like a good idea? Are there any other factors I should consider? Any additional insight would be very helpful. Thanks in advance!