Hi! After ruling out the Asus UX21 for its disastrous engineering defects (I'm wiping the SSD of my second replacement unit to go back to Amazon right now) I am ready to reconsider the 11" Air as a portable Linux machine and I have a few questions about hardware compatibility. I don't need any information about OS X; please refrain from drifting off topic. I have my preferred OS all ready to go and I am only looking for hardware to replace my Eee 1015PE. - Is the touchpad fully supported by the Linux touchpad drivers? I need one-, two-, and three- finger clicks for left, right, and middle mouse buttons. I would like two-finger scrolling but could live without that if needed. - Is the wireless adapter fully supported? I need to connect to open networks and networks secured with WPA2 Personal and WPA2 Enterprise, both visible and hidden. - Is the Bluetooth adapter fully supported? I don't want to waste a USB port on an external mouse; I will require the Bluetooth to work for my mouse at home. - What is video performance like? Will I be able to play back HD video using the normal Xorg Intel drivers? - Does the SSD present as a single large block device, or as a number of smaller ones that I'll have to LVM together? (I expect the former). - Do the function keys (F1-F10) require me to press Fn to send the actual function key scancode as in OS X, or can I merely press the key? This is not a deal-breaker; I just want to know how complex my xmodmap configuration is going to be. Thanks!