I want to preface this by saying that it didn't meet my every expectation; The tablet is a niche product. I will still be buying one. I'm not a fanboy, but I am the niche that Apple is looking for. I want to know what YOU want to use it for. For anyone that has a Mac Mini serving as a media server, this thing is the balls. I can't wait to use this as a portable server front end. I also enjoy writing and editing fiction and I think this device completely trounces a laptop for portable editing. With a bluetooth keyboard, or keyboard dock I can easily see this becoming an amazing distraction-free long lasting writing environment. I use Dropbox and Evernote to keep this writing synced and both have absolutely stellar iPhone applications which would have enormous potential on the iPad. I enjoy reading eBooks, but don't spend an enormous amount of time reading them. I see an eInk low-power device like the Kindle aging very fast. I also don't suffer from easy eye strain. The 1024x768 LED screen would make things look very sharp and crisp if you can tone down the backlight. To me, this device seems incredible, and I'm not a fanboy (I have an Android Phone and I am writing this on a netbook) I also love to tinker, imagine the potential of this thing with a jailbreak! I can't wait to see where the UI and functionality spin out of Apple's control when these become common practice! But I also see great potential for people who would normally be calling for tech support from the family (like my girlfriend's mom who has a MacBook). Apple has it's **** together when it comes to simplicity, and the user interface is incredibly transparent. By adding iPhoto, Pages, QT, iBook, and iTunes in one package you make this incredibly accessible to the computer illiterate. What do you plan on using it for?