For those that think this is just a big iPad, here's an example that I think illustrates otherwise: I'm typing this mid flight (first class of course, because that's how I roll) while sitting next to a gentleman watching a movie on his iPad Mini. I don't think I've yet seen such a clear demonstration of the difference SIZE can make, except for the time my wife cheated on me ;-) He commented when we boarded just how massive the Pro seemed, and it dawned on me that after 2 weeks it just doesn't seem big to me anymore. I use it much like I did my Air 2 often, browsing, watching video, and general around-the-house computing. I don't really even notice the weight, and find that I can use it anywhere I have used an iPad before. He immediately began playing a game on his mini, and I casually checked Facebook at the start of the flight. Once airborne, he began watching a video. Meanwhile, I flipped open my Smart Keyboard and checked/responded to emails, then edited a PowerPoint presentation, uploaded it to Dropbox, and shared it with my team. Then I started a video of my own, but opened and started browsing Macrumors on the side. Now I'm watching and typing this at the same time. I'm doing all this despite having a MacBook (Not exactly heavy) above me in the overhead. But the iPad is better for entertainment purposes and just as good for work in a lot of circumstances, so it's the only device I need in flight. He can do much of the same on the Mini from a software standpoint, but the screen just doesn't lend itself to typing, multi-tasking, presentation editing, and more. Love this thing, and it proves that touch computing can do more than just function as a toilet device.