Well then, I bought an iPad 32gb over the weekend. It's neat, sorta. I'll be honest I don't particularly like apple products. It's an endless bitch to get anything to work properly, rarely if ever "just works" like their old slogan used to be, especially when it comes to forms of multimedia. I opened my box before even leaving the parking lot. I was pretty stoked. I turned it on, and it said "Please connect to itunes". Well, I didn't have my laptop with me. So I was out of luck, I had to wait until I got home, install itunes, and jump through a few hoops to get it going. Then there's the apps. There's a ton, but god help you if you have a short attention span, $1-4 a piece racks up quickly, they'll have you nickle and dimed to death in no time. The lack of email notification is kind of annoying, the extreme restriction on files you can play is annoying as well. The itunes player is flat out ugly. They could have done a LOT better with that one. The fact that the only way to play checkers without ads all over the place is having to pay money? Same with solitaire, mahong, or any other game. This is quite annoying. These are the most basic and fundamental games that have been free on every other device for the past 10 years. iBooks works pretty well, has a nice ui, and plenty of features. The touch screen is impressively responsive. Nightstand app makes it great on the nightstand, and doesn't have ads all over the place. In the end I'll probably give it to my mother and buy a 3g version to use as a gps. How accurate is the gps system on the 3g versions?