I'm thinking of buying a T732 with Windows 8. I've had hands on experience with ThinkPads (T, X, Edge), EliteBooks (27XXp), and Latitudes (an old one), but never have I ever used a LifeBook. I considered the T902, but the lack of an ExpressCard slot turned me off. With one, I can connect an eGPU should Ivy-bridge ever fail to meet my needs. I'm not really excited for Haswell, seeing as it brings insignificant GPU improvements on the ULV front (15-30%, standard voltage Ivy-bridge is still stronger) and a battery boost which can easily be mitigated with the help of the expansion bay. So here are my questions: 1 - How is the build quality when compared to the ThinkPad T60, or X220T? Is it flexible or rigid? Neither matter to me, since I've seen both used as a method of durability. I just want to know the overall feel and how well the machine has been constructed. 2 - Is the screen made of plastic or glass? This determines whether or not I can add a screen protector. I've got a slight case of OCD, so scratches do matter somewhat. While I've gotten used to it because of my DS and 3DS, it's nice to know whether or not you can prevent them. 3 - Does the pen scratch the screen with regular usage? If it's plastic, I'm more than willing to give up appearance for accuracy (loved that EliteBook), even if it'll bother me a bit. This extends from the glass or plastic question. 4 - I know that the screen can handle touch-input, but how does it handle multi-touch and its gestures? While I enjoyed my time with my cousin's wonderful (and old) EliteBook, the Metro UI seems to work better with a finger than a pen. 5 - I've read something about Fujitsu "going cheap" on the screens of their older machines. Does this also apply here, or does every machine get the same LCD panel? 6 - Is there an open mSATA slot? I'd like to buy an SSD at some point in the future. *Oops, I meant mini PCIe, not mSATA 7 - Fujitsu states that the keyboard is spill-resistant. Is this anything like the ThinkPad version of the said-feature, in which water is channeled out of the keyboard? If not, then how does it work? 8 - I've heard reports about Wi-Fi issues. I'm a fix-it-myself kind of guy, so I was wondering if I could manually replace the wireless card/unit if I ever encountered problems. If anything, I'd like to avoid having to ship it back to Fujitsu. It's easier just to order a Centrino card myself if I had to. If it's a flaw with the antennas, then we have a problem. 9 - Other than the fingerprint sensor not working and hit-or-miss pressure sensitivity, are there any major problems with Windows 8 on this machine? 10 - If I bought a T732, would my hypothetical lover get jealous and murder it while I was sleeping? As I mentioned before, this will probably be my first experience with a LifeBook. After this, and about 3-4 years of slowly raising my budget, it's off to ToughBooks for the extremes. Who wouldn't want a product that breaks you when you try to break it?