I understand Siri is technically a beta product (and has been for over a year now.) I don't care about all the things it can't do. There are plenty of useful things it can do for me now that iOS 6 has been released and it's been updated. My biggest complaint about Siri is the time it sometimes takes for it to respond. Sometimes, the response from Siri is instantaneous; but lately, more often than not, I'm waiting 20-30 seconds for a response. When the delay occurs, sometimes I will eventually get the response I was looking for, and other times Siri just says, "Sorry, there's a problem. Try again." Didn't Apple build a new data center in North Carolina to help manage the huge influx of data they were going to be receiving thanks to iCloud and Siri requests and the like? Why, after a year in beta, is this delay still occurring? They should be overestimating on their forecasts for demand and server loads. Based on the relative unresponsiveness of Siri, it seems like they're not keeping up. On another note, my experience with the voice dictation is that it's almost always instantaneous -- even when I dictate an entire paragraph. Clearly, they're using a different cluster of servers for the voice dictation feature. Anybody else's experiences different from mine?