See, I would argue the point. It *is* a tablet, but it runs full computer software. When the average, non-technical user looks at it they immediately compare it with an iPad simply because of it's form factor. To really succeed, it has to function well as a tablet running a heavier operating system. That is *the* selling point of the device, in my opinion. As it sits, it only half succeeds. FWIW, I have one attorney now using a Venue 11 - a Bay Trail model actually. He likes the form factor, desktop dock (despite only running at 100 mb/s), and keyboard with the battery built in. He has however mentioned a few times now that the battery life is not very good, even with both batteries charged. My guess is that he is running into CS issues as well. I get to dive deeper on his machine tomorrow. His overall sentiment pretty much matches mine - fantastic in concept but not ready for prime time. Looking back at how much customization and troubleshooting I've done on the two Venue 11's that I have, I'm quite disappointed. (CS being one of the main culprits) Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, the iPads and iPhones have really set the bar high as far as end user self service. For the most part, they just work. Legacy PCs have been refined enough that I can bend them to my will easily, so they just work too... In any case, what did you do to disable CS on your end? mod the CS regkey from 1 to 0 as has been reported elsewhere?