I discovered an app called SplashTop last night which brings your desktop's OS to your iPad and its just freaking awesome. (Its similar to other remote desktop apps like LogmeIn except it only works via your local wifi which means its a TON faster...fast enough that you can actually use it as the iPad's OS) Its just awesome actually having multiple windows open on the iPad. In use Spaces in OSX so I have my email program in one Space and browser in another and iTunes in another. You can switch between them all instantly which is great. The browser works insanely well, much faster than any browser from the App Store, pages load just as fast as on your desktop. Yes, even Flash works as does Hulu (though its not 100% smooth, Id say about 95% but very watchable) A few items are taking a little getting used to like not having the auto correct when typing and two finger scroll isnt nearly as smooth within the browser but moving the cursor around is very accurate so Im using the side scroll bar just fine. Highlighting next also works very well and the keyboard has arrows which is great. You guys have to try this out and see how a full OS works on the iPad. App,e has always said that you can just take a non-touch OS and just add touch to it, that it wouldn't work but after using this, I couldnt agree with them any less. You basically have a touch screen keyboardless notebook and its awesome.