Mine is a general question: I have been using the SP2 as a laptop replacement since the beginning of the year. Sometimes I think I have succeeded and sometimes I think I should go back to a laptop. I take notes in Onenote and that works great on the SP2. I also wanted to use Office 365 so all devices are synced. That worked after hours and hours of discussions with my new MS friend in India (he says he will visit when in US!). Otherwise, I am a Outlook person and that works great with the Exchange server my Indian friend configured for me in Office 365. So, software wise, I feel I have a solution. Then, about every 2-3 days, Outlook will lock up and I loose the email I am working on... But hardware is a concern. The touchpad on the Type keyboard is unusable for me. So I started on my external device quest. First, Arc mouse which didn't provide track functionality that worked for my skin (evidently). Now, I have a regular mouse, but it uses the USB. Some of keyoard keys have stopped working. And I am not a professional typist, so I keep hitting the caps lock key. Of course, this is not a prolem at work because I use a usb hub, full size keyboard, and mouse. But traveling and home is a challenge. Screen is small for use while traveling. I also have the VGA adapter and the DVI adapter. and of course the pen to keep track of at all times. Makes me feel like I am trying to make SP2 something that it shouldn't be? Sorry for the long post. I too far ahead on the technology curve (laptop replacement)? Should I buy a real laptop like the Lenovo convertible so I get the stability needed to keep my life together?