I've played with it a few more times but BestBuy doesn't make it easy as when I arrive it is without a charge (keyboard is never plugged in so zero charge there & the tablet is supposed to be plugged in charging but never is) & while it does get some charge quickly I have to consider connecting to my smartphone internet connection because the BestBuy internet connection isn't functional. Eventually I get some BestBuy Wi-Fi working but I shouldn't have to waste so much time & frustration. I also have to travel to a less convenient BestBuy as the more convenient location still hasn't set it up yet despite having a big poster of it with an empty space for this updated aluminum model. That's my BestBuy rant that some of you may encounter but at least I could see it somewhere yet for the 1080p screen I was told unless you can order that at BestBuy.com which you can't you're SOL there so HP appears to be the only place for that. I'd also prefer the option to upgrade from 4GB to 8+GB RAM there but this should still be a useful upgrade for the HP Envy x2 form factor I want. In my still limited experience (with the not so bright 1366 x 768 screen-I hope the 1080p screen is also brighter), the aluminum build is way nicer than the prior generation but not quite as pretty as the HP Envy x2 as it is larger & less tapered & to my eyes the exterior didn't appear to have that brushed designed effect of the HP Envy x2 exterior rather closer to the interior non-brushed palm rest aluminum area but shouldn't be a deal breaker there. In terms of weight of the tablet, it is noticeably lighter & more usable than the prior generation model for me (but being larger than the Envy x2 is heavier). It's not something I want to hold for hours & is no iPad Air but if you don't like the limitations of iOS & Android tablets & want walk around handable full Windows like I do, it's pretty awesome. If I didn't already have an HP Envy x2 I may have just bought the BestBuy model but at this point I'd like more of an upgrade. I still would like to hear from owners with the 1080p screen soon & read reviews before I'm totally sold.. If anyone has one already or has other thoughts please speak up..