So here I am, waiting for my new Macbook. I sold my old Air and my old gaming PC to help finance a new 15" Pro. I sold them two months ago. In other words, my 64GB iPad 2 has been my main computer for two months I bought this thing the very second it was announced but it's still almost good as new (a couple of scratches in the glass ) But gosh all mighty diddle de dee does this thing show it's age. For the last year before it became my main computational device I used my iPad exclusively for reading comic books and stored articles in bed. A task it excells at, might I add. But web browsing has become a total pain in the anus (painus?). It's just sooo slooow! -and I have a fast Internet connection. The only reliably fast and stable browser is Safari, I find. Sadly though a lot of (bloody ALL of them) web pages rely on scripts that run animated banners, adds and God knows what that taxes my ailing iPad 2 to it's knees. Web pages frequently crash, requiring a reload, and typing in search-fields on some pages is a painfull exersice in patience. And old tabs need to be reloaded almost immediatly after leaving them. Battery life is also showing signs of decreasing. But that might be just because I use it all day now, as opposed to only in bed or at the office (who are we kidding, I mean the toilet). To free up resources and save battery life I've turned of paralax and transparency, no background updating, reduced Spotlight search to only include apps, and no app update auto downloads. But web browsing is still slow as ...something really slow. So, anyone else out there still spending quality time with their iPad 2? Got any good tips on how to speed it up?