My biggest complaint is actually the lack of a dedicated GPU. All my art software would get much better performance with anything other than Intel graphics. Of course that would kill the battery even more, but I don't find myself away from power for more than a few hours anyway. I still love this thing though and prefer drawing on it over my Wacom tablets now. It's not quite as good as a Cintiq, but since it is far cheaper AND portable that is a tradeoff I am more than willing to make. I don't have any screen bleed on mine. My fan is always on though which is slightly annoying, but it's not loud enough to hear unless I'm in a silent room. If you are looking for the perfect device, just give up now. You are wasting your time and money buying product after product looking for a perfect device without flaws. It doesn't exist. Even if the Eee Slate had an i7 CPU, Nvidia graphics, Wacom Intuos pen support (airbrush!), 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, USB3, eSATA, Thunderbolt, 20hour battery, and weighed a quarter pound, I would still find it lacking in some manner. I can bog down my 12 core monster workstation with ease just increasing the brush size in Photoshop, or rendering out anything in 3D. The Eee Slate is what it is. Yes it has a few minor issues and something the size of a MacBook Air cannot be expected to run Photoshop as well as larger computers. The bottom line is the Eee Slate is best tablet device out there right now. Nothing else even comes close. If you want to find flaws you will find them, but I personally think this thing is badass.