So, as a dev I was planning on picking up an iPad today to start work on a specific game we had planned for the iPad...I got there and there was a small crowd around the iPad area with three demo units. An older guy in front of me learned that flash wouldn't work on the device...and left. My turn...I mess around with it for a bit. Seems ok. I ask if they have any left in stock. The sales rep says "Yeah I have them." I ask how many they've sold, he replies "I haven't sold a single one yet." What?! I tried Pages and it seemed cool, but I brought up the keyboard and thought...wait, do I have to type with my thumbs? I could set it up on a dock and use a keyboard but then...why wouldn't you just use a far more powerful computer? I don't think I would use the device for movies, music, or photos (at least as a primary device)...I guess at this point I am just a little confused about the long term usage for this device. Is it going to be successful? I don't know. In fact the best thing about it seems to be the games potential. Seems like certain games could be GREAT on this thing. But how many people are going to want to do that? It remains to be seen how well this thing will do. I was shocked that they had sold ZERO units after being open for a few hours.