I'm a bit upset that Apple or the App makers themselves - CBS, NETFLIX, etc, have chosen to update their apps to make what was just fine a week ago - inaccessible to iPad 1 users, on OS 5. This is underhanded business in my opinion. I saw the Target rebate thread, so I seriously thought about going that route and upgrading to an iPad Air. However, a relative decided they wanted my old iPad 1, fair enough, since you can't actually get an iPad for $200 - and up to this week, it was a little slow, but working just fine, and running all but a few of the more recent/game/graphically intense apps. So I reset my iPad for this person to use, and you guessed it. Now Netflix won't load or can even be installed, or the CBS app. Thanks Apple. That was ****** of you. The point is, you can't even find the older version of the app that worked - it's an unethical push to force user's to upgrade hardware. fanboi/rationalisations - Go! Call to action: I'm requesting Apple or these App publishers to flip the switch back, or make available the version of the apps that work on iOS5.