I plan to purchase a tablet pc in the hear future, but I don't quite understand the difference in the specs for iPad as opposed to the various Android tablet PCs. The iPad comes in 16/32/64G of memory, but as I look at the various Droid tables it appears that most of them only have 2G of memory. That seems to be an extremely good argument in favor of the iPad if the Droid pads have such limited memory. But this discrepancy may just be in the way that the specs are written. Can someone explain why there isn't a Droid tablet that has 64G of memory and therefore can compete head to head with a 64G iPad? Also, it appears that it is fairly clear that with iPad one need only purchase the iWork components to be able to both read and edit MS Office files. This type of clarity doesn't seem to exist with Android and there seem to be a lot of "readers" for various file formats, but there is a dearth of applications that can actually edit the various file formats. So how can someone easily identify what they need purchase to be able to both read/write documents with MS Office compatibility?