Hi Guys, Its been a while since I've been on here! I purchased a custom built TX1000 series about 2 years ago, and have been very happy with it. Unfortunately, the technical world has progressed in that time, and we're now on much better machines, so I've decided to upgrade. (This is obviously not related to the fact that my TX1000 series has a cracked screen....!) I managed to pickup a new multitouch TX2 series at the local Currys (I'm in the UK) for £599 - a fantastic price as RRP is £799 (it was an ex demo, but I inspected it and it was in brilliant condition). Unfortuantely, I can't play with it at the moment because my TX1000 series is off for repair and they may replace it with a brand new TX2xxx or TX2- series, and the store say I can take my new one back if I don't unseal it. (I have a buyer in line for my TX1000 series should they repair instead of replace it) I was wondering what you guys thought of the HP MediaSmart program on the TX2-, whether you used it or thought it a fancy gimmik? I'm considering putting Win7 on there straight away; anyone managed to install the Media program again or got any Win7 thoughts not covered in other threads? To those looking to get an equally good deal; the way HP work in the UK is that each model is out for about 3 weeks, and they discontinue it, issue a new model with slightly different spec (+/- 0.1GHz processor, +/- 1GB RAM) and a new model number and advertise it as "NEW". Stores then need to get rid of their display models as its no longer the same spec. And just to comment on my insurance, well worth it. Paid £99 at the time of purchase for 3 years Collect & Return including Accidental Damage and Theft (and for students it covers you in halls), and the service has been excellent - the peeps are CompuCover. The prices have gone up a bit now, but I'll do it again (and by getting under £600 the insurance is cheaper). Make sure you keep your original invoice though as they want proof of purchase if you claim. Anyway, thanks for answering the questions guys!