Ok, I finally went out and got myself a 64GIG Wifi+3G and 32GIG Wifi iPad. I currently have an iPhone(JB) and been thoroughly happy with all the apps that are at my fingertips (literally). Upon being impressed at the iPad (at least at the Apple store), when I took it home and tried adapting the apps that I had on my iPhone, I realized that there are iPhone Apps and there are iPad Apps. This was really no surprise to me and I knew this to be the case but I guess I didn't take into consideration that although the iPhone apps will work on the iPad, in reality, you won't really get the true experience on the iPad because it was made smaller on the iPhone. Is it a good assumption that it's just a matter of time... that I have to wait till they port apps (in general) to the iPad? I don't want to say I'm disappointed with the purchase but I guess it would have been nicer if i can go to the app store, choose an app or find an app and know that I have a plethora of apps at my fingertips that is "optimized for iPad" Now the final question, what do you guys use the iPad for other than browsing/email.