This is ultimately a message for tablet makers, but it starts with consumers: I've been checking out all kinds of reviews for different tablets because I've finally justified getting one. What I've noticed is the same complaint that I have about all the phones. Every review acts like if a device is thicker than a sheet of paper or you can actually tell you are holding something by it's weight then it really is a big problem. Reviewers are allowed to think whatever they want, but my problem is that I'm pretty sure this is the only message that manufacturers get! I don't care if a tablet or phone is .04 inches thicker than it's compeditor!! If it has better features that's all I care about! Of course I don't want it to be 5 inches thick and weigh 10 lbs, but how about putting a decent battery in it instead of trying to wow people with how thin it is? If I only cared about shiney thin things I would stick with Apple. Maybe I'm in the minority though, since I'm considering the Excite 13. Anyone else have the same complaint?