I decided to take a chance and bought three eGlide4 tablets to give to my kids as Christmas presents. I ordered them online from Walmart for $59.99 each. (The same tablet seemed to be available for Black Friday for $20 less, but I didn't want to wait a few days and take chance on them being sold out.) I opened the first one, charged it up, and spent a week playing with it. The plan was that if it sucked too badly, I could return the other two unopened. The first thing I noticed was that even with the protective plastic screen cover removed, the touch screen didn't work well. The tablet never seemed to recognize my finger, although using my nail or a DS stylus worked fairly well. On the other hand, it didn't have any problems with my wife's smaller hands, so my kids shouldn't have any problems, either. One problem I noticed pretty quickly, this particular model doesn't seem to have a camera, and selecting the camera app from the lock screen would cause the tablet to reboot. After playing around with the built-in apps, I installed the Amazon app store and a bunch of free games. Curiously, the games seemed to be more responsive than the desktop. Eventually, I decided to set the tablet up so my kids would have a good out-of-box experience. After getting things the way that I like them, I downloaded the SanDisk Memory Zone app and backed everything up to a micro SD card. Then I opened and charged the next tablet. Firing it up for the first time, the "My Pad" app doesn't work. As that's the only way to (easily) access the micro SD card, I guess I'll try to exchange it for another. First, though, I'm going to charge up the third one and see how it works.