Ok, I'm aware that this has been asked a few times, but I'm trying to get some specific answers with regards to trade-offs. Firstly, what will I use it for? Generally, some reading, and reference, gaming (do a bit on the iPhone, but the larger screen usually makes all the difference), general entertainment on train journeys, etc. note-taking in meetings and the suchlike. Now, looking at a specific price bracket, there are 3 options within about £20 of each other: 64GB iPad 1 Wi-Fi only 32GB iPad 1 WiFi + 3G 16GB iPad 2 Wi-Fi only Generally, my feelings go towards higher capacity, as I tend to shove as much media on the device as I can manage, to give me some choice when I need it, however, I'm not seeing a huge reason to keep music and audiobooks on it, as it'll be difficult to listen to on the move. The 3G option in itself is not a great amount of use to me (at uni, so the only time I'm out of wifi, I'm generally out of mobile signal too), but the GPS would be quite nice, especially as TomTom are bringing out an iPad update in the near future. The new hardware is shiny, and I'm not sure how many of the features of iOS 5 will be limited on the iPad 1. Does the added speed make much of a difference to general usability? It'll at least future-proof it for a while. As you might see, I'm a little torn between the models, each having their own unique pulls for me. Can anyone give some first-hand advice as to how they fair in real-world usage?