I've read some great threads here and elsewhere about the best tablets for art...thank you for the great information! In my research, the new Fujitsu Lifebook looks really appealing, but I haven't seen any reviews of it regarding its use for digital painting or 3D. I mainly use Photoshop, Illustrator, MS Expression, and Poser 7 - although I'd like to work more with Maya and Zbrush. Running 3D apps smoothly isn't a necessity, I can still use my desktop for that, but it would be nice. I've also looked at the Gateway and HP brands, but I'm not a big fan of the customer service from those companies. These are the features about the Lifebook that appeal most to me: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2GHz Windows Vista (which I understand works much better with Wacom Penable technology?) Bi-directional swivel screen Sturdy chassis Light weight (just over 4lbs) Vibrant colors (at least for the XGA monitor) It seemed to do really well in the benchmarking tests Fairly long battery life Things I don't like so much: Seems more geared for left-handed people (I'm right-handed) If I understand the sticky right, the resolution on XGA won't go above 1024x768? I'm wondering how the screen is for inking, how accurate the colors are, and how the bevel is for ease of use (does it get in the way?). Also, what are people's opinions of the screen size of 12.1"? If anyone owns or has played with a Lifebook, any info would be great, even from owners who don't use it for art. Thanks so much!