I got my MID7024 the other day and I've really been enjoying it. After calibrating the screen in both views things worked well. Originally thought there was a problem so I used the stylus instead of my finger. I've since gone back to using my finger though. I've used an iPad for a while (work one) but never really used it more then surfing the Internet while playing games in front of my TV. Usually then it was sitting off to the side. With the this one though due to it's size it's not an annoyance to simply hold hit. Though I wont' be doing my e-reading on it. My Kindle is still more comfortable for that. I've been using it so far for news reading, web surfing, and youtube (got flash installed). Finally got a chance to play Angry Birds to see what the fuss is all about. I'm mainly a console and hand held gamer due to controls and buttons so tablet gaming isn't something I'm really that interested in and I'm still now. Still I can see why people are attracted to the game now. I admit I have been playing it a bit. It's a welcome change then sitting at my PC all the time though. A decent companion to the PC which is what I always assumed tablets would be and are. I thought the lack of the Google Market would be a pain. I never had much experience with it other then trying it briefly on an Android phone but with Amazon's App Store installed I think I'll be okay. I've installed SlideMe and browsed the included AppsLib but haven't gotten anything from them though though. I feel safer spending money on Amazon when the time comes. Just gotten some free apps for now. I wish I could log into the Youtube app but using the browsers to access the youtube site now that flash is working works just as well for the most part. I'm glad the device itself feels very solid. I was afraid it would feel cheap. Buttons are far to sensitive though. I've accidentally hit them a number of times but luckily the back button just takes me right back to what I was doing. Overall I'm happy with the device. The price for it was exactly what I was looking for. There are times I find myself trying to pinch the screen but it isn't a significant negative at all. I do have a question about the stylus though that comes with it. It seems far sharper at the tip then the ones I'm used to (Nintendo DS/3DS for example). Anyone know what the chances are of it scratching the screen?