Woah putting my opinion out there. That's a first! (please be aware of my sarcasm here) Anyways, onto a serious note, this is my complete thoughts post on the vTab as of now. I may update/edit it whenever more stuff comes. On with it! Sept. 16th 2012 So a few days ago, my usb port on my vtab kind of uh, broke. In order to charge it, you have to keep it in a certain position and you cannot even make any movements near it or it won't charge. I still have a factory warranty, but I'm scared of getting a tablet that prevents my honeycomb downgrade method. Anyways, I see a few people working on mock root update.zips - I've seen this before my guide post, but it seems like a few more are trying after it, so below are The things I'd like to see in the new root.zip! Getting rid of the Update service app file. If you can remove it from the install somehow, do it. It's unnecessary for us if we're rooting our tabs. Shall we need to update it, we can use Android System Recovery's update via sdcard method. Same goes for unrooting. Replacing the default nasty launcher with GoLauncher or something compatible IF POSSIBLE - A wallpaper option in the menu. Most likely not possible but if anyone could do that, that would make my day. Another nice thing would be to offer a guide to get rid of the (in my opinion ugly) vizio UI and replace it with a stock one, or at least a nicer looking and less sluggish one. That just about sums it up, for now. Also, I'm sick of people putting this tablet down because "It's too slow". Hey, here's a fact; You see those nifty i5 and i3 powered laptops? I'm still on an older C2D Sony Vaio, and a really old Centrino system. Does it slow me down? Yeah, of course. Does it prevent me from doing things? Yes, but it's still good for most things I do. The vizio makes no difference, as a fact, I believe it's a very good tablet for modders to work on. Slow and cheap, as well as not as good as the newer top of the line tablets out there? Sure, but they will all have their time like the vizio does. The vizio is a cheap yet good alternative for beginners before buying a nice 'n fancy acer tablet and bricking it. Sorry for such a rant for part 1, but you know. Reply please! I'd like to hear your input too! Hopefully I'll be getting my port fixed so I can go back with experimenting with it, when I'm finished with my assignments. Sept. 24th 2012 Attempting to contact Vizio Support for a warranty repair and to buy the extended warranty. One upside to Vizio is their great warranty service; from what I heard anyways.