Had the chance to play with the Xoom at BestBuy (finally). I could get used to it, but the fact is that it feel like a completely different device running Android. I did enjoy the higher resolution display, visually engaging interface, and how fragments works. Anyways, some things I would have to get used to: * lack of physical buttons * task switching is completely different * full screen always has section of bottom part of screen visible for soft buttons * several force closes with apps going into background * some lag noticed with launching apps, probably due to running background services * The top menu is another feature that is inconsistent, only appearing in Honeycomb apps and disappearing altogether in older native Android apps. But this will get better with time. * default keyboard is awful in landscape mode on a 10-inch widescreen. Really should have gone for a split keyboard.