I have to ask, what exactly is the purpose of this SP3 forum, if we can't "really" discuss our opinions of the SP3, whether good or bad? One of the posts here was actually locked when a member explained he returned his SP3 and the reasons. Some of his reasons included that he still needed to run OSX applications after he realized that the SP3 would not have the horsepower to run those PC versions of the software. He did not blast the SP3, or demean others for their choices to love and use the SP3 Others took offense and demanded that he take his Mac loving off of this forum and how dumb was he to not realize the SP3 was not a "True" replacement to a full laptop among other comments. Many Mac users, such as myself, are not fanboys and are trying to replace larger Macs and PC's with the the more mobile SP3. This is supposed to be the place to find out great tips, usage stories, issues, testing, advice and if a user expresses their regret, ignorance, or overall indignation, point them to alternatives and don't feed into the trolling that some will try. Here is a comment that does not add to the forum and discourages a huge Mac audience from exploring an incredible alternative, the Microsoft SP3. "Is this forum about MacBook PRO? Move on! Find yourself a forum about MacBook!" This type of comment also causes a back and forth escalation that leads to LOCKING of a good initial post and all those that contributed great info to that post. Here are great follow ups that shows how to actually inform the poster and potential customers of the alternatives. These come from two different posts of user's returning their SP3. "$.02 from a heavy MacBook user: Mac has no touch screen, no pen. Digitizing hardware needed to draw on a mac using a pen. And how about this cool article: Turn your Surface Pro into the perfect PhotoShop machine... Linked Article." "Up until the latest (beta) release of CC, Adobe (like Google) was using XP Style Scaling for GDI which doesn't render well on high DPI screens...." "MacBook Air actually - they were clear that this is an Ultrabook Class Machine in a thin Tablet form factor. MBP is a Mobile Workstation Class Machine like the ThinkPad W530 or Dell Precision M3800...." Some did not know this info and were actually confusing the comparison that MS made of the SP3 to the Macbook Air rather than the more powerful Mabook Pro. A forum moderator shouldn't censor or lock posts, but actually handle those that are inflaming the situation.