Just got mine and agree it’s a great machine. Some thoughts from an anal-retentive, detail-oriented person of all-too often unpleasant disposition: the box design was nice, until the 3rd party branding for Office365 and Intel came along (the latter is applied as a sticker?) if the keyboard box were just fractionally larger it would be possible to discard its plain cardboard insert and store the machine box inside it— I’m probably the only person in the world who’d bother, but it would have been nice the AC adapter is branded Chicony (at least on my machine) and is 5V 2A output — you might want a second adapter (and cable) to charge the keyboard as well as the machine since there’s only one USB connection — or get an adapter w/ two cable ports. It had a pair of stickers, one of which was a QR code — a nuisance to remove the lanyard is interesting — while I used one on my Fujitsu Stylistic, I’m going to skip it here as noted below, the keyboard case seems nice and well-made (brown pleather instead of black though) and while useful for occasional typing on a flat, steady table or counter, will likely disappoint anyone expecting it to function as a full-on laptop replacement. The keyboard is glued in, and the tablet is not held in place, save loosely when closed. Using magnets to hold everything in place would have been nice (if technologically feasible). the pen is really nice, though I’m disappointed by the hover distance. Still getting used to it. In retrospect, the tablet could really use some external keys / touch points: disable touch, shift, control and other modifier keys, &c. except that the pen tip is of the sort to attract dirt and grit, and the screen is a soft plastic — anyone make a tempered glass screen protector for this thing?