One of my favorite general-purpose tech websites just published their in-depth review of the Motorola Xoom. Its a pretty well-written, comprehensive review of the Xoom's strengths and weaknesses. And it helped me, at least, understand some of the appeal a device like that is going to have for a certain segment of the population. Which ends up giving the Xoom a sort of "chicken or the egg" feel about it. If the Xoom (and other Android-based tablets) isn't yet ready for mainstream use - then how, exactly, is the market for tablet-optimized Honeycomb apps supposed to develop?