I have spent hours and hours trying to find a relatively cheap Android tablet. I started looking at a Flytouch 3 because they are so crazy cheap. A quick trip to a local hhgregg revealed just how horrible resistive based tablets are to use. When I discovered the G-Tablet i couldn't believe the price tag attached to it. I got mine on Ebay for $217 with shipping. The tablet came pre-flashed with the latest Flashback Honeycomb rom. After my initial boot I couldnt get the wifi to get past the "turning on" phase. I rebooted several times and then finally wiped the system and reinstalled Flashback. The wifi started working again. Many other programs force closed, the whole system seemed kinda delayed. It looked great but it performed badly. I can see the potential honeycomb has but its just not ready yet. I then switched to Cyanogenmod 7. This is the same setup I already have on my Evo 4G. I felt right at home. The system was much faster. Little to no force closing apps. The games, especially the Tegra 2 designed games SCREAM. No lag at all. I am loving this. Out of the 40 or so apps I have tried only 3 or 4 have had issues. My suggestions.. Avoid Honeycomb in its current state. Wait until it gets into beta or later. It will be great at some point..just not yet. Download the Tegra Zone app to stay up to date with the best games for this tablet. Cyanogenmod works well right now and is very stable. This tablet is just as fast as it sounds once you put a bit of work into it. I will probably buy a couple more of these as Xmas gifts this year. Definitely recommend it.