Just to start off, I really like my iPad, but it feels like we're not really getting a whole lot of attention compared to the iPhone. It took 3-4 months to get a x.x.1 release that fixed glaring problems from launch like disconnecting wifi. We have to wait until possibly November to get 4.0...not only has the iPhone already gotten it, 4.1 is in beta already. They may be on 4.2 before we get 4.0. It's possible iPad 4.0 will add more features than the iPhone version did, but there have been no real assurances of that either. There are 200,000 apps on the app store right now but maybe 5% are them are for the iPad. A lot of the apps released for iPad are double-dips on apps people already paid for on their iPhones. Yeah, we can run iPhone apps technically but who wants to run an app made for a 4" screen scaled up to 10"? I've noticed a fair number of apps I used a lot that STILL don't have iPad versions even now. It just feels like we're the red-headed stepchild of the iOS family and the device should be getting more attention than it's been getting. It's not like the iPad isn't selling.