Think about it: Google doesn't give a rat's ASS if people buy hardware. They just want people to use Honeycomb, because it would mean that people would be VERY likely to use the cloud, and thus make people into walking targets of datamining since they would sync, write Gmails, use Google services, etc. I mean that's why they churn out all this free open-source software right? So they can get as many people into their privately owned cloud as possible and have them sign every aspect of their daily life away to Google, right? Now, couldn't Google just release the OS in a form that is compatible with the iPad, even compatible with the iPhone, for people to freely download from Google and to flash it onto iDevices with the help of intrepid underground jailbreakers? After all, there's only 2 devices to target, and Google couldn't be held accountable as to what Apple users do with the port, right? I'm sure there's hardware restrictions, but if Google were to just create a port, wouldn't the jailbreaking community simply only need to pave the way? Now, the question is, if you could boot into Android 3.0 and update to 3.1, 3.2, 4.0 and so on without any hassle, would you try it?