I am looking into getting into my first tablet, and I've always loved Apple products since they are designed so well, and iOS is so smooth and intuitive, so an iPad seems like a good choice for me. However, my main concern is that I currently have zero investment in the Apple ecosystem (I've never owned a Mac or even an iPod). I use a lot of Google services on a daily basis (Gmail, Google Voice, Google Drive, Google Reader, and Google Maps), and I buy my media through Amazon Music and Amazon Instant Video, since their prices are much lower than iTunes when buying entire albums or TV shows. Furthermore, my cellphone provider does not currently offer the iPhone, so I have to remain on an Android phone. Now, my next laptop will be a Macbook, but this may not be for awhile, which means the iPad would be my ONLY Apple device for at least a couple of years. Does my complete lack of current integration in the Apple ecosystem mean that I would ultimately be dissatisfied with an iPad? I know there are high-end Android tablets like the Nexus 10 that I could consider, but I really do feel like design-wise, the iPad is far superior. I'm willing to consider trying Apple services for many of the Google services I use, and I do like the app store and would have no problem paying money for good-quality apps, but I still don't think I could bring myself to buy media from iTunes, since Amazon is just so much cheaper. Has anyone else been in a similar boat, and did you get an iPad? How did it turn out for you?