Hi all, finally received my long awaited Slate500 yesterday. Spent a lot of time setting up and configured to my preferred settings. Tried to use OneNote and other programs but that pen hovering phantom clicks drives me completely insane. Just about to give up and suddenly realised that it was my Aero Theme background Wallpaper which is causing all these random clicks. I was using the Windows 7 bundled Landscapes Aero Themes. I noticed that for some reason when the pen hover over a certain area of the screen mainly on the last 1.5 of the right hand side of the screen the hovering point will have a rapid pulsing (circular radiated pattern) which acts as a left click button. My Firefox icon happened to be there and within 3 secs of pointing at it 10 Firefox Windows were opened Maybe for those of you who regularly experience this type of behaviour, you might be using these types of aero themes or background (especially with Transparency Enabled)? If you slowly hover your pen over the entire screen and at some point you see that rapid pulsing pattern thats where the phantom click happens. I dont know the technical side of this issue, neither the touch screen or the shielding design of the HP Slate but some aero themes are worse than others. Strange though my Fujitsu T580 does not have this problem at all, and the HP Slate pen actually works better with the T580. May be an updated driver from N-trig will rectify this. NB: this is purely my speculation and observation from my HP Slate, can others confirm with their experience?