I've always been an early adopter with just about any piece of technology and as IT Manager I got a pretty large stash of the latest gadgets and various enterprise level hardware. I didn't bother to get the 128GB version so I went to Staples and got the 64GB right away. 1st night, I was blown away by the quality and size. This thing is like having a highend ultrabook without the keyboard. Second day, when I try to do some work on it that's when I started to understand where the limitations are and how do I get around some of the issues. I am using Windows 8 Enterprise x64 on my work machine for the last 3 months+ and I got Classic Shell installed and rarely get to use Metro all that much. My 1st impression with Metro on Surface Pro is that it's pretty smooth but unexciting. I miss having all the usable widgets that I have on my Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Secondly the included stylus while bigger is a lot harder to use than the Galaxy Note 2 stylus. There should be an included quick Post-it note taking app like S-Memo on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Which makes Win8 very pointless as a quick note taking device without relying on some 3rd party app. Almost forced to go to Desktop all the time to get usable built-in apps like notepad or wordpad. The narrator feature has got to be the biggest PITA feature. Somehow my kids turned on narrator and it begin to narrate every thing you touch and do. It prevented clicking on the OK or other action buttons. I couldn't login because the narrator is busy reading the enter login screen and forcing not freeing the cursor or pointer. My kids played with the Surface Pro for a bit and somehow broke the Home or Windows Button on the bottom border. It would just make a click sound but it would not work at all. I restored the settings 3x and still doesn't fix it. Eventually I created a test account to see what would happen and it turns out to be only happening on my primary account. So I nuked the original account and that was that. Other issues, the Metro interface as a whole just very tedious to organize. Resizing and moving tiles with the finger is more chore than using the mouse. I end up buying a BT keyboard and Mouse because the touch interface is just a pain to use especially with the Metro IE 10 browser, countless times you could be tapping a box to enter a password or username and the touch keyboard never pops up for you. Navigating or scrolling can be tricky. Sometimes a webpage would scroll slowly then suddenly go too fast like it's lagging behind finger gesture inputs. Surface Pro has a severe case of not going to sleep properly and not waking up too. It ends up restarting half the time because it goes to sleep then never wakes up properly. Wifi is another case, Wifi speed is pretty good but when the screen dims wifi seems to struggle maintaining connection and you have to manually add or select the SSID. I have restored the device 3x to see if it fixes these issues but I think what's important is a firmware or patch to address these issues. The $900 question is why didn't Microsoft saw these issues during QA testing process? They own the OS and the hardware this time. Why is the hardware and software both poorly working together?