Hey guys, I'm sure that these questions might have been asked before, but I feel like I'm in a bit of a unique position, because I personally do not want the new iPad that badly, and I was looking for some advice. I currently own an iPad 2 (16GB, 3G) and I love it. I had it replaced about 2 months ago, and it is in perfect condition. No scratches, no bumps of any sort. It practically looks brand new. When the iPad 3 first came out, I was joking around with a friend and said I should sell mine and get a new one. I guess the word spread, and her friend now wants to buy my iPad for his 5 year old son. He asked me how much I would sell it for, and I really didn't wanna rip the guy off, or sell it for too cheap, so I went on craigslist and saw what the asking price was. I told him $450 and he agreed. So, I'm about to sell it to him in a few days and I don't know if I will regret this or not. I got my iPad for free as a present from work. Now I'll need to pay $100 for a the new one (I won't be getting 4G because in the year of owning my current iPad, I've only gotten the data plan once, if I need internet, I'll just use my iPhone as a hotspot), so I'm planning on settling for the WiFi only 16GB model, which is only $550 (with tax in my state). And here are my questions to the people that own the new iPad: 1. I've been reading about some things that have been going on with the new iPad. Is the temp, screen color (some say it's yellow), or battery life a problem for anybody? Is it actually problematic in anyway that seems to be very wide spread across all users? 2. Are you overall happy with your purchase (if you were in my position, would you pay the $100 to upgrade from the previous iPad?) 3. For people that own 16GB models, is space a problem? I see that the new retina apps take up a lot more space than the apps did before. I don't put any music or movies on my iPad, so it's pretty much apps only, is 16GB enough for most people? I don't put on a ridiculous amount of apps on my iPad, 20 at the most I'd say. Thank you for your time, I know this is an awfully long post, and I appreciate the people that take their time and help me figure this out.