I am not bashing the iPad 3 or anything, i am typing on it right now and it is a wonderful piece of hardware. I am just wondering if there is any reason to keep it (over the ipad 2) if I have no use for the retina display. I'm not sure if I'm missing something or what, but I just don't see much of a difference, other than pixelation all over the Internet and in non-retina apps due to lack of resolution. And after seeing this http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1369662 the fact that it isn't even equal to the ipad 2 in terms of graphical ability (Once again, I'm not saying the third gen is bad, I'm just saying it has a lot more to power, which becomes a problem when it's pushed to its limits, and I play a lot of games.) I thought I might use the camera on occasion, but I really don't, and on the rare occasions I do, the .7MP of the ipad 2 would be sufficient. As far as voice dictation/future Siri, I have every intention to jailbreak my device. So http://www.redmondpie.com/how-to-get-siri-dictation-on-ipad-2-and-ipad-1/ I'm wifi only, and don't plan on using any Bluetooth 4.0 devices. It's heavier, thicker, and warmer (<--- not saying it's problematic, just not to my preference.) Takes longer to charge (<-- ditto for that) And most importantly, costs $200 more. The only thing I will really miss is the 1gb RAM, it makes such a huge difference over my 1st gen iPad. Are there any significant features I am forgetting? Or any reason I should keep it? I tried my best to convince you that I am NOT bashing the iPad 3 in any way! After being on these forums for so long though, i'm sure somebody will say "herp the heat isn't a problem derp."