Reason I ask is because Ive noticed this is the way a lot of people are using their computers at home today. They dont have full fledge setups anymore. They have their laptop and thats it. My neighbours (a lot of them) and a lot of my relatives, have kids, work busy schedules and when they get home everyday from work, theyre usually cleaning up and prepping dinner for the kids, cleaning around the house etc. So they have their laptops and use it wherever in the house - couch, bedroom, kitchen. And just about every single one of them told me the same thing - the last thing they want to be doing when they get home everyday is sit at another desk. Also, ive noticed that the way I use my computer at home these days (13" laptop btw) is much different from years ago. Im considering getting rid of my nice computer desk, big office chair, nice 2.1 setup and my two big monitors (all depending if the Surface Pro 3 can fufil the void permanently), simply because I find that (even on weekends) I just dont want to be sitting at a desk when at home. I find the only time Im at the desk is on the weekends when I want to type with the keyboard, otherwise Im in my bed or lounging around the house. I used to always love sitting at my desk at home but now its all about having your computer mobile wherever in the house. I do think a lot of it has to do with the fact that I sit in front of a computer for 40 hours a week at work, and the reason why im just wanting to hit the couch or bed once I get home ha. The biggest thing i would sacrifice (and my worry) is the extended desktop but I find that the only thing I do on my computer at home is surf the web, check email, listen to music and import photos. But that would mean pretty much no more multitasking. If I went this route, i would sell my 13" laptop and upgrade to a 17" one.