I'm already a convert and plan to get 1 or 2 iPads next time I'm back home stateside. But I'm also a pixel counting real estate snob (see sig.). I theorize that maybe part of what you guys like is using portrait mode for browsing because you haven't this much before? I have 2 portrait 22" 1080p Monitors flanking my (landscape) 30". One of the 22" monitors is strictly a Safari display, running 1080x1920. I'm sure touching and pinch zooming and whatnot is nice - I have a 3GS and am convinced I'll like the 10" version - but is it really so much better than 2 million pixels in portrait orientation? I used to have a laptop with a 10.2" XGA display and I only kept it 6 months - and it was attached to a 19" (big at the time) LCD for desk use. I'm not second guessing the awesomeness of the iPad, but when I read the superlatives about the browsing experience, I wonder if that's coming from a browsing experience as awesome as mine (1080x1920 dedicated screen).