Hello first, First off, sorry if this has been asked, but the search turned up nothing. Two days ago I got a Le Pan TC970 and so far it is working well. It seems to dislike WPA variant networks, and my wireless was crashing like mad until I changed the network to WEP encryption. Now it is working just dandy. I do hope they fix this either way. My current issues is, I'm trying to get it to work with an Apple Bluetooth wireless keyboard that I use frequently on an IPOD touch 4g - so I've confirmed that the keyboard isn't the problem. My Le Pan's firmware is 4431 which a few google searches suggest is the most updated. The Android OS is Froyo 2.2, Linux version 220.127.116.11-4431. This is the keyboard: http://store.apple.com/us/product/MC184LL/B?fnode=MTY1NDA1Mg this point, I've started up bluetooth on my tablet and gone through the pairing procedure successfully in settings. Under Bluetooth connections, it shows "dan's keyboard" as "Connected to HID based input" after a few seconds of "Paired but not connected." After that connection is up and the bluetooth symbol is showing on the bar up top, I go through the settings to "Language and Keyboard settings" and look for options to select the bluetooth keyboard. There is "Android Keyboard," "Google Pinyin," and "User Dictionary" under text settings and the menu button is non-responsive. No bluetooth keyboard shows. I've gone out and tried typing with the still successfully connected keyboard and the tablet doesn't respond to any bluetooth keyboard inputs. What I'm wondering is, am I missing something obvious to get this bluetooth keyboard running in my browser and other areas? Is my hardware defective? Or does this bluetooth keyboard/any bluetooth keyboard not work with this tablet or operating system? I'd prefer not to root the machine, but will consider it if I someone knows that this keyboard won't work without my taking that step.