I hope my comments were not misleading or misconstrued, I don't think there is anything wrong with the S3. Earlier comments about a Core-M based S3 like device are aimed at what I see as an available product gap such a device cold fill. That would mean more choices for the consumer and a tougher decision at times as to which model is the right model but you face that kind of decision every day with hundreds or thousands of products.We just bought a Surface 3 for our daughter, and she loves it. I have been experimenting with it, and my own Surface Pro 3. I like them both, and felt guilty, at first, that our daughter's S3 wouldn't be as powerful, but she has had zero problems. She even plays Minecraft on it.