I few weeks ago I was recommending a Surface Pro to an acquaintance on another forum. He had posted his intention to buy the Pro, and he was getting lots of the usual negative reviews so I popped into defend the Pro. I said that all the "problems" with the Surface, were really with Surface RT, not with Pro. I said the lack of apps issue was the gravest issue, but that was solved by the Pro being able to run legacy Windows apps. Ever since then, I've been thinking I was mistaken in that. The only legacy Windows programs I'd really want to run (other than the office suite) are games like SimCity, The Sims, World of Warcraft, etc. And I have been watching how these games are played on You Tube. There's a lot of hinkyness required with usb flash drives and etc because the Pro doesn't have enough memory to handle games. So I got to thinking that Surface Pro needs a beefed up app store as much as RT. Because even though Pro has the ability to run Windows Legacy apps, it doesn't have the storage capacity as those windows programs can be large. Pro needs Metro versions of Halo, etc. So in a sense, I would now say that Pro's biggest advantage is it's pen. I wouldn't mention it's ability to use old apps again as an advantage over RT. What do you guys think?