So my wife is hardly what I'd call a gadget girl. She's just not that into technology unless it works exactly like she wants it to work. She's been a Mac user for some time now, I typically buy her a low-end model whenever I upgrade, she likes the smaller "cuter" Macbooks to the Macbook Pro's. She did salivate a little over the Air's when they were introduced but the price turned her off...she just found them incredibly overpriced "netbooks" in her opinion. She loves her iPhone but really doesn't every use it for more than just the phone features and occasionally the GPS....I think she's used the browser maybe 3 times since she bought it. So when the iPad was introduced, I showed her some of the early hands-on reviews of the device and she decided she wanted one. We got one right after they were released and she started playing with it immediately. Now again, keep in mind that she hasn't used the browser on the iPhone that much so when she found the browser on the iPad she was instantly hooked. Finally I thought I found a gadget she'd enjoy and use. All was well for the first several days. But no matter how many arguments there are about Flash being useless, she can't live without it. She's a big coupon user and also a big Facebook user. It turns out that fully 9 out of the 10 of her most frequently visited sites require Flash. I didn't realize it but she's also gotten hooked on a few Facebook social games like Farmville with her friends and of course these don't work on the iPad. At first her disappointment was tempered by the other things she liked about the iPad, especially for picture browsing and reading books. She's never had a Kindle or a Nook and she found that sort of fun. But she would also find herself back at the kitchen table with her Macbook just to hit some of her coupon sites that require Flash. So she boxed up the iPad and handed it back to me...the first gift I can ever remember her doing. I know the Flash/no-Flash debate has been discussed thousands of times already, but I just had to share this. Apple and Adobe need to kiss and make up. The iPad was MADE for people like my wife. And she gave it BACK, too frustrated with its limitations to do simple things she enjoys as the most casual of casual users.