I got the iPad 2 on day one and it was my first ever iOS device. Prior I had been on the Android side of things (which I still am, I use a Nexus S as my phone) but wanted a decent tablet. Needless to say, Honeycomb didn't impress me. I've owned the XOOM and GTab 10.1 and Honeycomb is still half baked, buggy, and has less than 100 apps. The Honeycomb SDK is a nightmare to use, and even the HP TouchPad has more apps on day one than Honeycomb has in 3 months (300 apps on HP, less than 100 on HC). One thing I really didn't like is how sometimes if you go back to the home screen it appears "blank" and has to redraw all of your widgets and application shortcuts. It was extremely annoying and horrid to watch. I love my Nexus S, but on the tablet side of things Android is far behind. I never understood why people say iOS is boring compared to Android, especially when iOS has MUCH better games and apps. People try to deny this but those are the people who have some childish loyalty to their preferred brand/company. On my iPad I have WAY more quality apps and games than I do on my Android phone. That's a pretty big issue guys! I simply will not spend upwards of $500 on a tablet if it doesn't have apps. Period. Applications increase the versatility and functionality of a product millionfold. I can't believe how much stuff I have access to right at my finger tips! Needless to say, the apps and games have made my iPad such a functional device it's ridiculous. Whether it's using the iPad as a radio in my car when going out to party, using it to make posts to my blog, or playing numerous quality games at the press of a button the iPad really has a ton of use. I'm actually limited right now because I only have a 16GB iPad and my space is pretty much gone. I really hope they have a 128GB model next time around! When I first got the iPad I thought it was a decent device. I wasn't used to iOS at first and was quick to judge it because it didn't have widgets. The more I use Android and iOS in unison, the more I realize that widgets really don't make a big difference anymore (to me at least). The longer I have the iPad the more I begin to love it. Recently I really began exploring the App Store for those hidden gem applications and my god, I can't believe the quality I found! There are so many freaking ridiculously good applications in the App Store. The more apps I find, the more use my iPad gets. It's an everything device, I can do nearly anything on it. I just hope in the future Apple can improve iMovie, Pages, and Numbers so I can use this bad boy for school and work more effectively. I don't like how the format gets screwed up when you try to move files from Pages to Word or Word to Pages so I hope they can fix that! The best part about it, this is just the beginning of where things are headed! I still love Android, but I'll be getting the iPhone 5 when it drops. I'll probably get the Nexus Prime as well (I'm a nerd like that) but iOS really takes the cake for me when it comes to functionality and usability.