Just got an obscene deal on a NEW tc4200 yesterday - $1000. There are 2 more available if interested. I was hesitant, since I have always despised (strong word for a strong feeling) laptops because of the limited cpu power and smaller keyboard vs a desktop. I figured at $1000, if I don't like it, I can put it on eBay and probably make a profit or break even at least. I thought it might make sense since when I meet with clients (I have an investment advisory firm) I take paper notes, then go into Goldmine (my contact management program) and re-type all my notes, then give a copy to my assistant to have her do the things she needs to follow up on. The tablet, was seeming to be quite a time saver, to allow me to take notes and then convert to text and move right into Goldmine and also just send a copy of the note file (I don't know all the terminology yet) to my assistant. The following day after thinking about this (this past Friday) I was at the Chicago Autoshow and the sales people walking around the Nissan booth had the NEC Versapads and were jotting notes and taking name/address info right as they were talking to people on the floor... I was hooked, had to do it. Did a ridiculous amount of R&D this weekend, and pulled the trigger yesterday (Monday). After that brief intro, here are my couple of questions that I was hoping someone might be able to help with. The more I look at the specs on this, I am thinking that for my business uses (don't need to run games, music, encode videos, etc.) I could almost use this to replace my 1 year old desktop since it is fairly close to equally powerful. But I have 2 monitors set up now, if I use the docking station, can I do some type of dual-screen set up? Or even without the docking station, but I assume that would be necessary if it were possible. And question 2 ... well, I typed too much and forgot question 2 already, so I'll have to save that for another post. Thanks in advance.