I am creating this thread in efforts to decrease the clutter in the Experience thread. Please feel free to use this thread to voice any technical issues you have and what you have done/are doing to rectify them! ---------------- 1) Periodically, my battery icon shows a red X through it. Hovering over the icon, the hint window shows "no battery connected." Yet the battery is there (since I can't take it out), and of course the tablet is fully charged or has some juice in it. Connecting the USB cable to the unit and then to the AC adapter has no effect. Rebooting the tablet clears this misinformation. A few times, changing the display brightness has cleared this misinformation as well. (No idea what the relation could be.) 2) Tablet does not wake up from sleep. Screen stays black, holding the power button for 8-15 sec(as per the recommendation of ASUS Live Chat support) to "turn it off", and then holding the power button for a few seconds to "turn it on", does NOT turn it on. Pinhole reset does not help. In a previous post, I have mentioned that with a pair of earbuds, I can actually play "doctor" with my tablet. With the earbuds plugged in, I can actually hear some "noise" the tablet is generating. Holding the power button while listening with the earbuds, I can hear the tablet shut off, turn on etc. When "off", ear buds are silent, when "on" I can hear the faint noise in the earbuds. It seems that while the tablet is "stuck" in sleep mode, the pinhole reset does not seem to respond or do its thing. LITERALLY, I use the bottom of my fist to gently tap the screen, and sometimes the palm of my hand to tap the sides of the tablet. Doing this a few times, and THEN pressing holding the power button actually turns it on. I'm thinking that when I hit this thing, it may be jiggling the battery enough that it briefly loses contact, allowing it to actually turn off? I dunno...speculation. (Are the internals really that sensitive?) 3) Pressing the power button/Start button wakes up the unit, but I am stuck at the blue password screen with my avatar, but the password entry area is not visible, and just text stating the unit is locked. Holding the Windows key, and pressing the power button while holding the windows key seems to release it back in to the OS. (I have password entry required only at boot as my setup.) I am in the process of RMA'ing my ME400C. Regardless of these issues, I TRULY TRULY love this machine. I am aware of its capabilities and its limitations. I don't expect it to operate like a tablet with an i5 or i7 CPU, thus do not have such false expectations. I sincerely hope that ASUS will repair/replace my ME400C in a timely manner. Still in disbelief that I will have to ship it out at MY expense? Well, that's what I've heard so far...quite dissappointing and I don't think there is an Authorized ASUS repair center in Toronto. Boo.