I know that dstrauss touched on similar in another thread, but this is ridiculously short-sighted. Nearly all software innovation is currently happening on the iPad, not Windows. It's another reason the WinRT framework was sorely needed... to at least attempt to jump-start innovation instead of iteration. And as for Photoshop itself, I suspect most users of Photoshop are casual users who would just as easily be served by the iPad Photoshop Touch. An Atom CPU isn't just going to magically make that better. Those desktop apps that you and even I love so much just aren't going to fare well in a commercial for a touchscreen tablet. And let's keep in mind that the mainstream reviewers of the Surface don't want more powerful stuff on the desktop for tablets - they want it to go away entirely.