Thought I'd add some content and spark some conversation. I'm ready to pull the trigger anytime in getting an UMPC. Though I have a dual core notebook, I want to travel lighter. Along with the inking/TabletPC features, I need to be able to plug the UMPC into a LCD projector and do PowerPoint presentations with embedded videos and custom animated slide transistions via a third-party add-on app. The processor, RAM and graphics chipset/videoRAM, are really important to me. So, I've been looking at the Samsung Q1 and the newer TabletKiosk i7210. The Q1 seems to be a better candidate for media/entertainment use, and the i7210 seems to be a better candidate for business use. This is what I've been gathering from various conversations with folks in the UMPC-sphere. Actually, I was able to attend a recent TabletKiosk roadshow to get some hands-on time with the i7210. Here's a link to a bunch of photos I took: http://www.gottabemobile.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=421 BUT, I've always had the Asus R2H in the back of my mind and wanting to read reviews from folks with hands-on time. Justin's (PROportable.com) recent naked R2H photos and other info really has me holding off on any other UMPC's right now. To me, the R2H is the best looking/sexiest UMPC out there (personal opinion), the built-in GPS is a major plus along with it's 4-hour battery configuration. So now I'm holding off until I hear/read more reviews about the R2H, like about how the Intel Celeron M ULV 900MHz processor and Intel 910GML graphics chipset performs with heavy media usage. I'm not expecting this to be a gamer's unit. From Justin's photos, looks like the R2H has 256MB RAM onboard, and one can add 1GB SO-DIMM DDR2 667 RAM (replacing the stock 512MB), making the R2H the only UMPC I know of that can be config with over 1GB of RAM. This is a very significant plus. So, can you tell I'm now leaning heavily towards the R2H? How about you, what are you leaning towards or have bought and why? Interested in how folks really use their UMPC's and which one works best for them and why.