So I sold my Ipad2 a few months ago and got the TF Transformer and Dock and to taste Android in tablet form. Now the TF and dock is a great idea, unless you tried it ASUS has hit the perfect keyboard+tablet combination. Nothing currently avaliable for the Ipad comes close at all. I could use expandable memory too, and use it to connect via the HDMI. All very nice touches but the keyboard and tablet form was what sold me so I could be more productive in a tablet/net-book hybrid. Now here's the problem, Android isn't really good compared to iOS. Stability wise its hit and miss which sort of misses the point in being productive when you receive force crashes. Another issue is the quality of apps which I dearly missed from the appstore. There's some good ones for sure but they overall lack the polish and quality I was accustomed to. Widgets were nice but then I didn't really use them that much to be honest. Flash wasn't as big as a deal as I though since I heard go to any sites with any Flash content so that was surprising. Battery life was great, over 16hours with the dock which is great but I had to configure the tablet itself since it kept getting updates from twitter, email and draining the battery faster than I imagined when I got it. Plus the build quality of the tablet was not as nice, I do enjoy using the keyboard and tablet hybrid but I'm going to sell and go back to iOS despite the restrictions. So yeah probably get a 32gb instead of my original 16gb Ipad2 but sadly Android hopefully gets better but at the moment iOS is clearly the winner in my eyes.