From the bits I've read this week, HP's second tablet along the 500 line seems like a great bet. Sooner or later some must leak out of the 'vertical' channels and allow for purchase by non-corporate types. I am very happy with W7 on both my TC1100 (with small but perfectly usable 16GB SSD) and my Asus 901. Both of these see regular use. I like the TC for movies and obviously for graphics fun with Sketchbook Pro and the like. For everyday office and communication stuff the netbook gets more duty. My Android phone fills in the blanks here and there. I'd like to have an all-in-one and hope a wicked slate does become available soon, as I'm sure the TC is getting tired and the 901 seems to be cranky in its old age now and then, especially the left mouse button. But I'll wait. And yeah, I ditched the keyboard of the TC1100 right away. I prefer stylus use with that one, and use an external rubber mat type keyboard with it once in a while as needed.