I was wondering if, once you got your Surface, you disc hovered a benefit that you hadn't even anticipated when you got it. For instance..... I just got my Surface 3, and I thought I knew all the reasons I wanted it. But I've been using it as my main device in my office and a usage began slowly dawning on me. I noticed that my usual pattern prior to owning the Surface was that when I just needed to read something on the computer, I would hunch over for long stretches and just read. Then it dawned on me, with the Surface, why do that? I can just remove the screen, bring it closer to my face and review the item while sitting back comfortably in my chair. That's something I could never do with my previous office PC.