Hey everyone, I've had my iPad since last Friday (exchanged one already for multiple dead pixels) and I'm absolutely loving it so far. The funny thing is, I bought the iPad to replace my computers on the weekend when I'm rarely home and just want something to surf the web and stuff late at night, without having to use a computer and be stuck at my desk. However, since I started using the iPad, my computer hasn't even been turned on. I'm having a blast and have been happier than I expected with it. I was really pleased with the iPod Touch when I got it as well, but the iPad is more of what I wanted all along. I don't own a Mac yet, but after using the iPad and being so happy with it, I can say a Mac will most likely be my next computer Anyway, I have had a few things I've noticed while using the iPad and I wasn't sure if it ws normal so I wanted to check. So, my first issue is when I charge the iPad. I've charged it twice now, the first day when I got it and then one time after running the battery out. Both times (and one time on the first iPad I had to return) when I unplug the charger after the logo changes from charging to just plugged in and it says 100% when I unplug it, it immediately drops to 99%. Now I'm still very happy with the battery life and everything, but I just wanted to know if this is normal or if there could possibly be an issue with my battery. That is my main question for today. My only issue so far with the iPad has been YouTube videos. One thing I really wanted to use the iPad for was to watch YouTube videos at night before bed and things, but it is so incredibly slow to load that I haven't watched a single one. I tried to watch a 55 second video last night and after waiting five minutes or so for it to load and getting to see about 20 seconds I decided it wasn't worth it. Also, I'm still in the process of looking for a full body protector for the iPad, if anyone has suggestions I'm very open. It seems Power Support is the top pick from most users, but I would really like to protect the back as well. Thanks for all your help!