LAME! The SDHC card does not fit flush into the reader of tx2000 at all. I'd say good 20% protrudes out. If you want to keep a card in there all the time for backup / ReadyBoost (why?) / or whatever, it won't work well. ...Yeah...I know...I know this is my fault for not reading the docs or not checking it first, but the other notebooks I've used (SD/SDHC on Fujitsu/Lenovo and MSDuo on Sony) fit the card flush into the slot. Which let me just simply leave the card in there all the time. This let me have a backup process running in the background to copy some of the more important files over whenever it can. On my slow Fujitsu P1510 (512MB of RAM), I even used it to host ReadyBoost drive there. Oh well. I guess I can either pickup a Express Card media reader (cheap...$22 or so?) or just get the $100 Express Card Transcend 16GB SSD (not cheap about $100 or so). On the other hand, at least the card reader seems to be fast. I have a Transcend 8GB Class 6 SDHC card and it works flawlessly with the notebook. I wrote a single 1.1 GB file and took pretty much 3 minutes exact, which comes out to be little over 6MB/s write. Reading that file back to my tx2000z took 2 minutes 2 seconds, which is 9MB/s read. So I guess the reader does take advantage of the SDHC's increased speed okay... even with Vista's crippled file copying abilities.