I've spent little time with it due to being busy over the Christmas period (back to uni tomorrow so it will be used a lot more in future) early impressions are that it's an amazing device. The extra bulk and weaker battery life when compared to an iPad is nothing when you realize this truly is a full desktop environment. The fact it competes with ultra-books for battery life and performance and yet is a tablet form factor is crazy. Only issue I seem to have had is with the display, I've seen 3 Surface Pro 2's tablets now, all with hot or dead pixels. My tablet also has a very tiny amount of light bleeding through the screen at a specific place. Its not back-light bleed on the edges as you would normally expect. However, it is very small and is only really noticeable when you're moving through the tiles and looking for it. Having what I assume is OCD (small faults bug me a lot!) it's annoying but I've thought about it and I think I'm going to live with it. I also have one dead pixel but since they're quite small, this again is almost unnoticeable. I'm betting alot of people have this issue but never even notice them due to the high DPI of the screen. I'm a little gutted they released an updated version so soon with the U4300 CPU (18.75% more clock speed / 10% more GPU clock speed) although it's probably not too noticeable when using the device but is still great for new buyers. Hopefully I will be testing it with Skyrim later in the week so I'll post back and let people know my thoughts, problems etc.