About ten days into a fourteen-day return policy 7015, and I like everything (except for the missing text in Angry Birds ) about it...but the WiFi performance. Putting it bluntly, reception is spotty 20-25 feet from the router. What's so important about 20-25 feet? That's how far away the living room sofa is. As a point of reference, our family has three notebooks, all of which work fine from that same distance. My Palm Pre connects with no problems. Hey, I've even got a Squeezebox streaming music player that works flawlessly from that distance. But, with the Coby, I find that I start up the browser, load up a web page and, halfway through loading it, the "WiFi connection" icon disappears from the top bar and I have to exit to settings and spend a minute or two trying to get a connection again. Eventually, it connects, and I go back to the browser and reload the page...only to have the same thing happen again. And again. And... Seriously, do I just have a defective 7015? Or is there some way to tweak the WiFi so it performs better? Because this device seems to be ideal for many of my purposes (especially serving as an e-reader), and most of the other locally-available tablets are 10.1" units which I think might be too large, but, if I can't use WiFi reliably from what really isn't that far away, I'm going to have to return this and go with something like a gTablet at 2.5 times the price. Can this relationship be saved?