I just have completed setting up my new T4220. I purchased it through LA and it was a GREAT experience. I highly recommend them. Purchased with following config: * 2.4 GHz * 1 GB (2 * 512MB), replaced with 4GB of OCZ * 80 GB, replaced by Hitachi 7200rpm 200GB * BT * SXGA+ * Intel ABGN * DVD+/-RW do-it-all (except LightScribe) drive Overall, I'm quite happy with the unit. I am a second time convertible user (first one that served me quite well was a Toshiba M200 with 2.0GHz, 7200rpm drive, 2GB, SXGA+, BT). I debated heavily between this and the X61T and finally chose the higher computing power and faster expected delivery (although having a unit on the Lenovo Outlet would've changed my decision). My list of various thoughts: * VERY warm: I'm seeing NHC give me CPU temps 60-75 deg C, which concerns me. I'm going to try and doing some more tuning to see if I can help reduce the heat. I think it's kind of interesting that I can feel warm air blowing at times up through parts of the keyboard. * This screen is good, but the M200's was better in primary landscape. The SXGA+ on my old Toshiba was more crisp and clear in the primary landscape, however the T4220 definitely looks better in the other orientations (better compromise across the orientations). * The M200 had the hard buttons, but also had some off-screen soft buttons you can access with the stylus. It was a very cool feature (more of a novelty for me though). * 4GB makes Vista install crash. I installed a kit from OCZ. I don't think this isssue is T4220-specific; I'm hoping it's not some RAM compatibility, but rather Vista installer flaw. I'm running a upgrade anytime Ultimate version now. I noticed it doing the upgrade to Ultimate, and also when I did a complete recovery install. The easy fix was to reduce the ram to the orig 1GB or to a single 2GB module. * NHC doesn't show HD temperature on the Hitachi 200GB 7200rpm drive. * I'm overall happy with the performance. I haven't really put it through its paces yet. * I love having an internal DVD+/-RW drive! Although I'll see how much I use it when I have everything installed properly. I also have an LG USB drive that does LightScribe which I've decided to keep as I got it for a great price. * The black backing on the top shows lots of fingerprints. * I love to rotation both ways, and with the little LED showing which way is the right way to rotate it back! * The LCD display for the various status does need a backlight! Maybe I do use it it too dark a place, but I typically have my primary laptop attached to me and use it where ever I am. * Omnipass: why do I have to approve its running every time I logon/unlock?!?! And two times most of the time? Maybe I'm just missing something here. * I had to completely reinstall as I couldn't find the Fujitsu Driver Update app anywhere. I am probabaly just missing something obvious! * The Button Driver doesn't install, but seems to be working fine. The Button Utility is there and shows up properly. After trying to install the Button Driver about 5 times, I gave up. * A little heavier than the M200, noticeably so. I do wish this unit were just a tad lighter. I have tried removing the DVD drive and it still is a bit heavy. * Battery life: I've tried doing a full run and I'm seeing under 2 hrs. I haven't done much tuning yet. While it's not too bad, I'll have to tune it a bit; I was hoping with all the new technologies that I would see much better times. * I wish it had ExpressCard or FireWire! I didn't even think about ExpressCard, but the T4220 has USB 2.0 as its fastest bus. I don't think it'll be a huge issue at least for the next year or so, but I can easily imagine wanting a faster bus for some uses (e.g. eSATA external drives). Wow, wasn't expecting this to be such a long list! So far, I'm quite happy with the unit and expect that it'll suit my needs well.