I'm having a problem that I've seen hinted at on several posts, but not squarely, so I thought I would post it to see if there is any feedback. I also have a note in to Coby on this one. I have a MID8125-4G. The Wi-Fi connection will drop occasionally and not come back. The icon in the notification area still says the tablet is connected to my Wi-Fi network, but any applications requiring the network stop working. If I go to Settings -> Wireless and turn Wi-Fi off, then wait until it finishes, then try to turn Wi-Fi back on, the tablet will sit for about 30 seconds, then show "Error" under the Wi-Fi status. Rebooting the tablet fixes the problem, but it happens several times an hour. Other computers (my Apple MacBook Pro and my PC) stay connected to my Wi-Fi network without problems. My Wi-Fi is open and unencrypted -- I live in a very rural area and my neighbor is 1/4 mile from me, so don't pass judgment quite yet on that. My first attempts at putting the Android Market on the tablet seemed to exacerbate the problem -- something in the Google Services Framework seemed to trigger this behavior each time... I could reboot, successfully browse web pages, open the android market, conduct a search, and nearly every time it would freeze the wireless at that point. I've since done a factory wipe to ensure that the Google stuff wasn't the issue. The tablet is not rooted; stock 2.3.3 Gingerbread provided by Coby. Any thoughts?