So, I've had many many cheap chinese Android pads and I hate to say that all of them have had some kind of faults or things which I don't like. Still I'd say that they have been worth the money. Some of the faults include bad Android OS roms, meaning that there are stability or compatibility issues, some tablets have had very poor screens especially with viewing angles and some with the touch registration. The only tablet which had great build quality and excellent screen (for the price category) was however bit too slow, used it couple months but ended up selling it. The one I have now has great build quality and very good specs (I've read that CPU is actually faster than Apple A5 but loses on GPU side) but the display digitizer, the part which actually registers touches, is somewhat faulty and there is one dead spot and couple where the touch is way of, inaccurate. So even though it is great product for the price, I am still disappointed. Today I decided to try what Apple has to offer, I have used my friend's iPad 3 but never owned any iPads myself. Based on my usage of that iPad 3 I have no complaints about iOS but I'm bit worried because on different forums I have heard that iOS and even iPads themselves are very limited, the thing which bothers me most is (if it's true) the fact that I need iTunes to transfer files. With those Android tablets I have been able to download drivers, read manuals etc. if I have been building a new pc for a someone or for myself, it has been an useful tool. New PC will not have iTunes so I guess iPad is not good for this job? Also can I transfer any video or music file I want or am I forced to always buy them from iTunes? Never used HDMI on those chinese pads but for iPad I need an adapter which of course costs something (almost as much as a chinese tablet heh....) So, comments? Has anyoen else just recently switched or tried the "jump" from Android side?