LOL...I just about have it set up now for daily use. It has been rather busy over Christmas with people wanting my attention I do have some early impressions to share though... First, some good stuff... it is nice to have the USB and other connections right on the device as opposed to needing a sleeve like the Elitepad does. The device is thin and light and easy to handle. The Wacom digitizer seems better than the one on my Helix. Of course there is no need to be concerned for battery degradation or corrosion in the pen and it uses the same Wacom Penabled pens as the Helix, T731, or even the old TC1100. The keyboard seems nicer than the Productivity Sleeve for the Elitepad as well. Fujitsu's usually have good keyboards. Now for the rest of the story... the screen is definitely not as crisp or as bright as the Elitepad screen. There may be some tweaks needed to make it better. The performance seems to be a little off compared to the Z3795 in the Elitepad 1000 as the myriad of updates seemed to take longer than anything in recent memory and reboots seem to take longer as well. Loading Office seemed to take a long while as well. It isn't the x32 Win 8.1 OS because my Dell Venue 8 Pro seems 'snappier.' It seems workable, however for notes, Office work, and PDF markups are acceptable. I find myself liking the Elitepad and its ecosystem of accessories better. Although the Expansion Sleeve makes it heavier, the extra battery doubles the runtime. Even though the keyboard is better on the Q584 that is an accessory I rarely use. As far as inking goes the Q584 will certainly be more consistent over time but the Elitepad 1000 G2 pen works very well when the pen works correctly. My wish now for an Elitepad 1100 is: - Core M CPU - a better pen that doesn't suffer from contact corrosion over time - 128 GB SSD version that doesn't cost $1000 for the base tablet!