Yes indeed, my IPad 32GB (WiFi only) was just delivered to me - not more than 15 minutes ago. But for those whole fifteen minutes I have been trying to get it to display more than it does (I hope there's nothing wrong with it). What shows on the screen when I turn it on is a small battery symbol, in the upper right-hand corner, which reveals about an 85% charge on the battery - and a USB cable running halfway up the middle of the screen, with an arrow pointing to the word 'iTunes'. Just above the wording is a music symbol inside of a blue circle. And that is ALL I get. There was no manual that came with it; just a card, and a very thin pamphlet - both both written in a foreign language. Did anyone else's come like this? I mean, is this the norm? If so, what must I do to get it to show like I am used to seeing it in the stores? I wonder if I have to (first) download and install iTunes, by which to get my new little friend jump started. Please advise. (By the way, I am on a Vista64 PC).