Hello, all! Anyone out there considering insurance for their iPad investment? You may want to look into something in place of, or beyond Apple Care. I have Apple Care on my MBP, but not on my iPhone and probably not on my iPad. Here's a few options (and one I'm using): Square Trade will insure your iPad for $95. They advertise that their insurance covers what Apple Care would AS WELL AS accidental damage (cracked screen). A $50 deductible applies on accidental damage claims, not on failure claims. Homeowner's insurance (through your carrier). I have State Farm in the state of MI. I am able to insure my iPad against theft and accidental damage for about $3 per month. However, this DOES NOT cover software or hardware failure of the iPad. No deductible on claims. I actually insure my iPhone 3G, my MBP 13", my wife's wedding ring and now my iPad the same way for around $160 per YEAR. There are no deductibles on any of the items and should any of them be stolen, lost or accidentally damaged, I get a check for the cost of the repair or replacement. I know that there are some that would be concerned about too many claims through their homeowners...if you're not making a LOT of claims, you're fine. I had my Treo 700p insured through this policy back when the first iPhone came out. My Treo broke (no I did NOT break it...it was just great timing) and I received a check for $550. I jumped Sprint's ship and went to AT&T for the iPhone...didn't pay a penny out of pocket. No increase in premiums. That was two years ago. So...anyone have any other ideas???