Hi all, new to the forum. I used Windows machines most of my life and I've also worked in a MS shop repairing desktops/laptops for several years. I have an underpowered Windows 7 netbook and a custom Vista desktop I built for gaming a long time ago, neither of which I ever use. At my current job my last two machines have been Macbook Pros. My current work laptop is a Macbook Pro 15" Retina ~1 year old. I can't really find any fault with the machine - it's probably the best computer I've ever owned (but it's my work machine - thus I don't own it). I'm not a big fan of OS X, but it's probably the best OS for devs right now and I really prefer the keyboard layout on Macs (no more pinky strain trying to reach for the left-control key like on all the Windows keyboards I've used my whole life). Anyway, I'm looking for a new personal machine for myself primarily for software development (and of course surfing the web/photos/simple games). I've been a fan of the Surfaces since they came out. I think they're definitely the most interesting computers on the market (definitely looking forward to the SP4 announcement tomorrow!).. I'm also kind of rooting for MS to make a comeback so I guess there's some emotional factor in play. But I have a feeling that even though I find the hybrid tablet/laptop thing really awesome and the pen is super fun to play around with in the MS Store, after the initial few weeks of excitement is over I'll be using it simply as a laptop and for that use case it's inferior (mainly due to the keyboard and screen size). I'm probably asking the wrong audience but I was just wondering if anyone else returned theres for a laptop because they're not really using the 2 in 1 functionality or pen as much as they thought. Anyone here using the SP3 for software development? Thanks!