Not an Apple fanboi by any stretch of the imagination. In fact I am closer to a "both platforms inhale profusely but one at least works well enough that I don't want to throw it against a wall". I do concur that Android could make huge inroads into Apples iPad. The issue is they are doing it all wrong in my opinion and it is frustrating to watch. Google left Android so open that manufacturers created tablets with Android 2.1 as the OS. What were they thinking to allowing that to happen??? Why has Google allowed 7 major screen resolutions to occur? Why have they allowed Manufacturers to skin the OS to the point that it lags? Heck, why do they still allow people to post apps that have support for Android 1.6? Or why do they have three different compiled SQL-Lite engines that act differently across Android 2.X? Apple isn't much better mind you. While they did two things right, only two coordinate systems and consistent hardware for development, they now have the issue of user demand for larger phone screens. User demand for basic editing of standard features. Like changing the color of a text balloon. The code has to read a file to get the color. How hard is it for them to allow the user to edit that setting????? They use plists for a reason. Why not use it all the way? So please pardon me when I bag on Android. I do it more out of a love/hate relationship. I want to love the OS. I spent a year writing the book on how to overclock the original Android phones while at the same time consulting with three ROM makers oh how to fix Android short comings. And in the end I had to leave Android because the phone simply couldn't be bothered to respond to phone calls or text messages because it was too busy running background tasks from poorly written apps. And some of the Apps were written by Google.