Hi everyone, I just wanted to comment on the iPad screen resolution for a moment, because I've been seeing a lot of statements recently that the screen is "low resolution" and it's really been bugging me. The pixel density of the iPad is 132 ppi. In comparison, the MBP I'm typing this on has a pixel density of 113 ppi and it's fine. In fact, the "high resolution" 11 inch MBA has a pixel density of only 135 ppi. Now, I know it's low compared to the "retina" display on the iPhone, but compared to all other monitors of near equal size, it's actually a very nice display. I think it looks bad sometimes because you already have a smaller screen, and you're viewing pages meant to be widescreen in portrait mode. Yes, things will look blocky then until you zoom in. I'm all for a higher resolution iPad, it will be wonderful for reading text. But, can we get over calling it "low resolution"? Thanks!