At work, I've switched completely over to the tablet instead of hauling around 20 pounds of paper specs and plans to job site. I'm an engineer. Earlier today, a few of us went to a major site for some inspection before we start up construction again after the winter months. Before, we would each haul around about 20 pounds of paper plans and specs/regulations. When we needed to look up some info, I pulled out my tablet and started loading the plans, which have several thousand pdf pages. It took about 30 seconds to load everything. There were a couple guys who complained that my "fancy machine" took too long to load the pages so they started digging through their 20 pounds of plans in their trucks. Took them like 10 minutes to find what we were looking for while it took me like 30 seconds to load and do a search. And yet, later in the day when we talked about it with some other colleagues, those same guys who took forever to dig through their 20 pounds of paper plans complained that it took my surface too long to load up the document. Sometimes, don't you feel that people just hate new technology just cuz? They complain that 30 seconds to load a pdf document and do a search is too long, but it takes them like 10 minutes to dig through their thousands of paper pages to look up the same info. When do you think people will lose their disdain of new technology?