My one big issue with my ipad2 is its inability to handle detailed note taking which would allow me to transport only my iPad form meeting to meeting. Now before you start telling me about penultimate or other note taking software, my big issue has been the writing stylus...with a thick tip and no ability to have fine line notes. And before you go off on the great writing stylus' in the market place, I have bought most of them and they still don't fit the bill. BUT I believe the issue has not been the software or stylus but, rather, with the ipad2's inability to allow fine point writing due to the screen resolution. Now with 4X as many pixels on the screen very fine point drawing becomes a reality ...and I believe the paper notebook's days are numbered. This will be true in the class room as well: text books, notes etc all on the iPad. So on a single device I can access my mail, work with word, excel and PowerPoint files, access the web, participate in WebEx or Gotomeeting meetings AND take handwritten notes in meetings....all for $600, no physical keyboard and only 1.5 lbs to lug around and NOT a laptop plus notebook(s). This is a good thing.