Well, that's nice. I've had my MID X5A for about two months now, taking it with me absolutely everywhere I go. It's the one with the metal body that comes in a fake leather protective case. Apart from the battery being a bit crap, I've had no real problems with it until last night. I was reading an ebook and wanted to enable airplane mode via the power button to save the battery. Annoyingly, the power button didn't respond. So I pushed it again with a little more force, this time managing to make the button DISAPPEAR ENTIRELY into the device! So now I have a tablet that charges normally, it's in perfect working order except for the fact that I can't switch the damn thing on. The reset button does no good, and neither does connecting a USB keyboard that has a PC power button. It turns out to be really easy to open the tablet. Just unscrew the case and you can take the back right off - probably voiding the warranty but I wasn't going to send it in for repair anyway. I'll ask a friend to fix it for me and maybe I'll write to the manufacturer for a replacement power button. Which is just a piece of plastic with metallic paint on it. Has anyone else experienced such shoddy manufacturing and if so, what have you done about it?