Now that the Surface Pro 3 has released and everyone has probably either received or at least played with one in the store. So with that, what are you looking forward to in the next-gen Surface? I just ask that you all be realistic with your expectations. SO let's not ask for 6 full sized USB ports, a resizable screen & a built in print device. I've being using the Surface RT since Day 1 and was tempted to upgrade to the SP3, but I'm going to hold up for the next gen OS & Surface to ship. I just have a feeling it will be worth the wait. -Next Gen Intel Broadwell processors -The expected --- improved cooling, battery life, thinner, lighter -Eliminate the 64GB option w/o increasing the price from $799 --- so the entry level model would be Intel Core i3 / 4GB Memory / 128GB SSD --- although I would prefer the standar memory be 8GB, with the option of 16GB, but that is probably reaching with the increased prices of memory. -Reduced TypeCover pricing at $75, I feel this would be a happy median between consuemrs and Microsoft. Even though it's not bundled, the price is reasonable. The current $129 is pretty outragrous in my opinion. -Implement PureView technology into the Rear Facing Camera --- as it stands now, the Surface camera's all terrible for pictures and video. -USB 3.1 support -An innovative way to attach the pen to the Surface. -Dedicated nVidia graphics for atleast the higher spec i5 & i7 models --- additional storage and memory aren't enough to justify the price gaps they create. Plus this will keep nVidia happy if Microsoft chooses to kill the standard Surface model --- thus taking a lot of money out of nVidia's pockets. -GPS From an OS standpont, which I'm assuming the SP will run Windows 9 / Threshold. -I'm fine with the Modern UI remaining, but it needs a SERIOUS face lift. The current UI's built in backgrounds and themes are just childish and appear that they were designed with 3-12 year olds in mind. Modern UI needs to take a cleaner, more mature approach. No for "guessing" required for how to navigate the UI. They need to take the look and feel of Xbox Music & the current Windows Store and expand that look throughout the modern UI and desktop. Windows 9 needs a UI that's simply welcoming and gets you excited when you see it.