I am still having docking station problems - two of them that are unacceptable. Let me preface this by saying Microsoft just sent me my 3rd dock and told me to get rid of the second one. And this is my second SP3, and I tested it with a friend's SP3 - all of which have the same issues. Customer and technical support are worthless - they are like lemmings reading from a script and their supervisors aren't capable of helping. The only issue fixed was video problems I had with the first one. So the two lingering issues are as follows: I cannot boot up the SP3 in the dock. It freezes at the "Surface" screen. I have to do a hard power down before rebooting, which is probably wreaking havoc on the OS. Booting unlocked first is the only workaround, but why should we have to do this nonsense? I have a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse with a USB dongle. If the dongle is plugged into the dock, I get a message about too many USB resources. It is not specific to this brand of keyboard - I also tried a MS brand of keyboard and mouse with the same issue. The only workaround is to plug the dongle right in the USB port ON the SP3, which defeats the purpose of the dock to a degree. Any thoughts? Anyone with similar issues? Any comments will be appreciated. Thanks.