I will start this off. I received mine at 8am CST. I have some initial thoughts and hope everyone else that received theirs can chime in as well. First the Pros: * Best N-Trig inking experience bar none. I can barely tell the difference from a Wacom digitizer. Very quiet when writing, much better than the HP Slate 500. * Thin and light. Doesnt feel much heavier than my iPad 2. * Bright, matte screen. Can view outdoors somewhat, better than most. * Removable battery. Battery life with 4 cell is about 7 hrs with some power saving settings. * 10.1" is the perfect size for a mobile Windows tablet. * No fan. Very quiet. * rubberized back for easy holding. * tons of accessories * Durable build quality. * Touch friendly overlay. CONS: * Gets too hot on the bottom. There were a couple of instances where it became too hot for me to hold it. * Very slow. I found this much slower than the HP Slate 500. * Matte screen not great for watching video or pictures. Because of the slow processor, do not plan on watching any streaming media with this. 480p videos on YouTube were struggling. * Very poor touch response on the screen. It might be the extra layer of the matte screen, but I found myself double and triple tapping several times and the virtual keyboard is painful. I find the touch response on the HP Slate to be much better. * Terrible speaker. Very difficult to hear sounds even on the highest setting. This is a business device, so not a surprise that the audio is sub par. * The battery fits loosely and causes some wobble in that area. Should not be a problem when the case is available. * No volume rocker buttons, so all sound must be controlled through software. * The stylus has the same defective top that the HP Slate had. Expect to get that replaced at some point. * Poor quality WiFi adapter. Connection about half the speed.of the HP Slate. * No video driver update available to fix liberate problem even though Fujitsu includes a notice in the box to update it immediately. * LED panel is not glued on straight. Mine is off center to Yeh point where part of the front camera is covered up. That is what I have found so far. I am pretty picky and most of these giggles won't bother most users. If you are looking for the best N-Trig inking experience and just want to use Office Docs, OneNote and basic processing this is the best option. If you want to watch videos and movies the HP Slate and EP121 do it better. I would be all over this tablet, but the heat, poor performance and bad touch experience will allow me to pass and either keep my HP Slate or stick with the HTC Flyer until another option is available. I hope that I just had a bad unit and your experiences will be much better.