Who the heck knew where he'd end up with his new Ipad??!!! My older brother, 75 yrs old and living on his own, wanted a computer for his writing class, so I took back his "always has a system-issue" Acer laptop, which for someone who doesn't understand how a lightbulb works can be a disaster waiting to happen... and bought him a 16gig 3G. He doesn't save much data, and writes little, but his writing class gets him out of the house. I've been in the graphics and printing industry, using PC's, since the late 80's, and I learned the Ipad over a weekend before giving it to him, and absolutely loved it; so did my wife. If I weren't so damn vested with PC devices, I'd get one for myself... and may still do that! Last time I spoke to my bro'... he learned how to Google really good... checked out all the model aircraft websites he could find... and then, in a late night phone conversation, gleefully explained that he had DISCOVERED PORN! I told him "...he wasn't the first..." and I was actually thinking of explaining that subject area to him when I gave him the Ipad, but figured he'd find it on his own. So... therein lies the value of the Ipad; a very intuitive device that even a 75 year old, non-computer type, can learn in a short period of time. I personally think his recent "discovery " was all the incentive he needed to very quickly "get familiar" with his new device. Thank you Apple! ..... Although, now, it's a bit harder to get him on the phone!?