I have been a long term lurker on this board and gained an immense amount insight into Tablet computing from all of your comments and thoughts. I have had tablets twice in the past. Purchasing my first one when tablets first came on the market. Tablet 1 - HP TC1000: Underpowered, crashed often. Used for 3 months before I gave up. Tablet 2 - Acer TravelMate C100: Used it for 2 years until it became too underpowered for my needs. Switched to a HP nc8230 widescreen laptop which I am still using. My use case is best described as business power user. I have become a frequent flyer and my current widescreen laptop is to big to use on an airplane. While processing power is important to me, battery life and size/weight are more important. I looked very hard at the Lenovo X61t and the HP 2710p. Ultimently I went for the HP for the following reasons: 1) LED Screen - Power Saving 2) ULV Processor - Power Saving 3) Extended Battery style - Thin and Light, dosen't extend beyond the back of the Tablet. 4) HP Docking Technology - My experiance with HP docking stations is that they work flawlessly and easily. According to what I have read on this and other forums the Lenovo seems to have some issues. So I had our purchasing department order a 2710p with the following: 1.2ghz Core 2 Duo, 2gb RAM, 100gb HDD, Bluetooth, WXGA, No WWAN (I will get a Verizon express card), Docking Station, Slim battery, Vista Business, Office 2007 Pro, Project 2007, Visio 2007, and Mapoint 2006. When it comes in, I will probably upgrade it to 4gb of RAM, even though Vista Business only recognizes 3gb. At my desk I'll use the docking station with an 22" Widescreen as the primary display and a Logitech Bluetooth KB and Mouse. I'm being told it is about 14 days out. I will post my impressions when it arrives.