I was just revisiting this Surface Pro 3 six months later review and had a couple thoughts to add. http://winsupersite.com/surface/surface-pro-3-six-months-later Re: The author complains of the unconventional 3:2 aspect ration, scaling, and resolution... "Its non-standard resolution makes it hard to match it with external monitors in a desktop replacement scenario. And its super-high-resolution is still challenged by the ineptitude of the Windows desktop environment, and the inconsistent scaling can be maddening." Why not make a big Surface Monitor that does match. Maybe several sizes. Anyone looking for a new monitor is casting about trying to find a good match and is frustrated. I am looking for one myself and haven't found the ideal one yet. Partner with a Monitor OEM and hang the Microsoft name on it and let them sell their own version. It might also ignite the 3rd party Surface Aftermarket which is also as dead as the App market. Make an alternative Keyboard. I would prefer to leave the Keyboard market to 3rd parties except, again, where are they? Not a single vendor has come forth with an alternative Keyboard Cover/case/battery solution. There are some Bluetooth generic keyboards but nothing leveraging the Kybd Connector. This may need to be addressed as well with an MS entry to fire up the competition. Although by killing the 10.6" family they put doubts in the minds of anyone thinking about it and they obviously already had doubts. There might be a few more Surface Accessories that should exist. One I would like is an alternative Dock that uses the power connector docking interface. One that magnetically attaches so you can just sit in on the dock and it's low profile much like the Dell Venue dock. I suspect sales will have to almost double for that one to materialize though. Where are the vendors with anything other than a case? What do you whish someone would make?