Hi folks, I don;t actually own a TF810C (yet) but am quite close to doing so and just wondered if I could get some feedback from current owners regarding a couple of points? Basically, I currently have a 64Gb Surface RT (with 64Gb micro-sdxc card) which I really like, and was intending to use as a complete photo manipulation/browsing/email/entertainment device on an upcoming vacation to Costa Rica. However, it looks like I may have to do some work whilst away - and that unfortunately includes remote access to a customer site using their (Juniper networks) VPN software which is not achievable using Windows RT. So.. I'm left with the choice of either taking a laptop which is something I was hoping to avoid (I'll be taking a load of photography gear and was hoping to get away with a tablet only) or ditching the Surface and getting an x86 compatible device. I have ruled out all the Ivy Bridge tablet options due to battery life so the TF810C looks like the best option. So my queries are: 1. Has anyone tried photo editing using their TF810? If so, what software did you use and how was performance? I understand that the Cedar Trail and 2Gb may be limit the Photoshop experience but I am looking to be able to at least touch up the jpeg images (24mp) and file the RAW images away onto an external drive. 2. My Surface has around 46Gb free before I load any apps and, with several apps installed, I now have about 32Gb free. How are people finding the 64Gb storage on the TF810 with full Win8? I'd probably be installing some kind of imaging package, office 2010 and possible some emulation software (depending on how they run). All data such as movies/images/music will be offloaded to micro-SDXC and a portable HDD. On the same note, is it worthwhile/easy enough to move the recovery partition off to an external flash drive? 3. Has anyone tried running console/home computer emulation software (e.g. WinUAE, Snex9x, GENS etc) - if so, how well does it run on the Atom? Many thanks in advance for any feedback received - I have done some searching online, but either my search kung-fu is weak or there's not a whole lot of info out there on the above topics available yet.