It's strange that all these reviews have a "day in the life" angle. It makes me think Apple requested that they try to show it being used in real life settings, with sort of a story arc, instead of a run down of pros and cons. I don't really think it helped. Imagine reviewing a smartphone that way. "You can take it out of your pocket and look at things!" Apple's trying to prove why it should be integral to people's lives, rather than let people gradually figuring it out, like the iPhone or iPad or iPod.