I have endured easily the single toughest and most time consuming rollout of any technology in recent memory with the iPad 2s in a medium-sized business. A month or so ago I had asked here for any tips or insight on incorporating iPads into a business and I didn't receive any responses so I just soldiered on. I was assigned an Apple Business Rep. and ordered the iPads. Upon receiving them I asked about the best way to go about activating them and was told that each should be activated with their own unique AppleID. I created six (which was the test deployment) and began activating them, when I got to the fourth iPad it would not let me continue and said to contact iTunes support. I did. After 7 hours on the phone and countless transfers and being told everything from "just return the rest of them" or "the iPad is really just a toy not a business tool" or "the iPad is not meant for business, just give them to the employees to setup themselves with their own ID" I was then told that only 3 could be setup to one address and payment method and that my info was locked and marked as potential fraud! I explained this was a business and they would all be the same address and they basically told me tough luck. Really? With as much advertising and promotion and claims of business integration there is no way Apple can get 6 iPads activated for one business easily? My favorite is that Apple themselves cannot contact iTunes support (not even the business side) any way aside from chat and that the iPad and iTunes depts. do not work in conjunction at all. Very disappointing.