I posted a few weeks ago and knew very little about Tablet PC's. I have immersed myself and know seem a bit more informed but possibly more confused. I had ordered the Fujitsu T4210 which was supposed to ship the next day and then was called back in 3 days to let me know that rather than receive the package as expected that I would need to wait 10 more days. Of course, I was slightly less than thrilled so I cancelled the order as I need a Tablet now! I currently use an IBM X40 which has been a workhorse of a machine. I use it 4-5 hours a day and while traveling more like 7-9 hours per day. I am thinking that a convertible is the best choice for me right now with a slightly larger screen but still under 6.5 pounds. I mainly use MS Office, Outlook, and Internet Explorer but tend to have lots of windows open at one time and do require large harddrive storage for documents. A crisp indoor/outdoor screen, long battery life, and stability are all a must. Duo Core is also desired as I don't wantto turn around and buy another machine when Vista coms out. If IBM offered a Duo Core option right now, I would have already ordered it. Does anyone have any recommendations in 14.4" screen sizes? The options appear limited at best: Toshiba M7, new Gateway, and possibly ACER. Others would be welcome. My ideal choice would be the ASUS R1F but I've spoken with the manufacturer and "MUM" is the word. I don't expect to see it until the end of September at the earliest.