Ok I have to admit, like most people when the Ipad was first introduced I didnt like it, I saw no point. But im a techie and i like new toys... after the release I played around with it at my local best buy... it took me 1 month after that to realize I wanted to give it a try. I bought a 32gb Wifi only from best buy. I used to have a Iphone so I was familar with the OS, but I havent used a iphone in almost 10 months. I have been using the Nexus One since January, so I thought it would be interesting to compare the 2 OS'es side by side(especially since I forgot about Iphone capabilities.) Likes about Ipad Hardware: Feels nice in hand Sturdy/solid feel Screen is Great(But colors dont POP like they do on my Nexus) Dislikes about Ipad Hardware: Kinda heavy after long "one handed" holding Wish they trimmed the bezel a tad Wish it had stereo speakers Ipad/Iphone OS software Likes(Compared to android): The apps are more rounded and cleaner than they are on my Nexus The screen rotations are fluid with nice transition animations Everything seems to be very snappy... going in and out of apps is quick... I would say almost as quick and my nexus but with nicer transitions Keyboard is nice to use with "hunting and peckin" still havent found a way to 2 hand type on my lap? The ipad apps out now are pretty nice for the most part, they give you a reason to never use the web to view certain things.. for example the etrade app or the abc app. Ipad/Iphone OS quirks or dislikes: Instantly I hate how everytime I download an app in the app store it kicks me out of the app store and shows me were the actual app is downloading!? who cares? I may want to browse more apps, so now I have to go back in the app store? Android just puts my download in the top icon bar and i can see progress in their for multiple apps I also find it weird that in order to change settings for any application you have to do in the the "general settings" area?? why not allow mw to edit each apps settings IN APP? again why do I have to stop what I am doing in order to change a setting? android settings are contained in app.. The capactive screen doesnt seem as responsive, I found myself double tapping on things just to get them to load... but I did find that it was very "Accurate" when clicking on small numbers in forums pages. Conclusion: This is with only roughly 24hours with the ipad, overall it is a nice web browsing experience, nice fluid os, and nice looking apps. I think I will keep it until Google Creates a tablet with Android on it! I think that would be ridiculous! Maybe some of the quirks I mentioned can be solved with OS4? Idk, I need more time with it to figure out more likes and dislikes... I just wanted to throw this out for anyone else who deflected and now is jonesin to try one out.