So I've recently jumped on the Android bandwagon with a Droid 2. I love the platform and am seriously considering a tablet since the majority of what I do on my laptop is web, IM, and watch media. A tablet would give me even more mobility and I really like Android. At first I was looking at the Archos 101 Internet Tablet. It appears to have all the features I want and has decent speed. But then I started reading the specs for the ViewSonic G Tablet. The Tegra 2 chipset sounds like it will run rings around the Archos. But I've been reading about the problems in the stock ROM and all the various solutions to it - flash it with CM6.1b2, flash it with TNT Lite, flash it with the Zpad ROM, etc. It sounds like you'd have to do a lot of tinkering with the G Tablet - which I don't mind, but part of me wants something that just works. But on the other hand, the ViewSonic is available now and the Archos is allegedly shipping small quantities of the 16GB version starting Monday... but they sold out of the 8GB version very quickly this week. So it may be weeks before I could get my hand on an Archos. On the other other hand, we're on the verge of Gingerbread and at some point Android 3.0 will come out. I've heard that "official" tablet support may be held off until 3.0, but I expect some better support in 2.3. So if I wait until the Spring, there may be either new tablets running 2.3 or refined support for 2.3 on the ViewSonic. What's a geeky guy to do? What do you folks think? Archos, ViewSonic, or wait and see what's coming round the bend?