I enjoy my i5 256 SP3, but it seems as if I am constantly trying to workout some hack/trick for this or that arising issue, it doesn't 'just work' out of the box, as my i-products do. Dont get me wrong, I am no apple fanboy, so oh-how-I-want to love the Surface... One issue I find myself experiencing is the fact that it's very difficult to use Windows' OS in tablet mode. Doing things such as browsing, switching from app to app, cutting and pasting, inserting comments, sharing photos, etc., Windows just doesn't seem to do it seemlessly. Therefore, I was wondering if anyone had good pointers when it comes to using it in tablet mode? For example, I find it nearly impossible to cut/paste briskly. I have to sit here poking the screen for about 2 minutes before I successfully accomplish my goal. Any better way to accomplish this? Also, with the 'sharing' charms button, I decided to use it for the first time a few mins ago (wanted to share a Flipbook page). Wrote out a short comment and attempted to 'tag' one of my FB friends; of course, it didn't bring up any names, even with the @ character. I know that this may be program-specific, but it's still another thing that just doesn't 'work'. Also, I find myself wanting to use different default programs when I use the 'Metro' display as opposed to when I use the desktop. For example, in desktop mode, I want Windows to use 'Windows Photo Viewer to browse through the photos. When I click on a photo in Metro mode, I want the 'metro' type photo app to open the picture. The same with browsing. I dont want to click on a link or IE, and have the DESKTOP version suddenly open up. It's difficult and tedious to click on small menu bars, submenus and drop-downs. Really though, why are customers having to bring up these extremely simple concepts, that even the most mainstream of users would enjoy and use daily? What is Microsoft doing? Im constantly thinking, "Why would they do that?" when it comes to Windows and the general UI.