So, I guess I'm a pretty demanding Sony fanatic, because I'm finding a number of less-than-convenient aspects about the Tablet S. I don't know where or how to suggest fixes to Sony, there's no other forum that I'm aware of, so I thought I'd start my list here. Some, I know, will be released in the undisclosed future, but I feel should have been ready at launch. Add your own gripes and work-arounds, if you like. It looks like a lot of complaints, but I am overall very happy with the Tablet. Just, like I said before, I'm very demanding! I can't wait to root it! General: - Video/Music Unlimited not yet released in full - No Playstation Store/Suite (yet) - Media can't be 'thrown' to a PS3 via DLNA. You must set up a UPnP media server on the tablet first (I like Bubble UPnP) - PS3 remote play? No? - There are apps that allow you to use a dual-shock with your android device, if you have root privileges, so why couldn't that have been an automatic option to play Playstation Suite and emulated games? Sony, i expect, should know how to do this. Reader: - No dictionary - only PDF and epub formats - a number of PDFs I've tried can't be opened either - Store front is fixed in landscape mode, even though you are likely to start reading something in portrait mode - The only books synced between your devices are those that you buy from the Reader store. ePubs you add to your 'Reader for PC' program will not sync with the tablet, even if you connect the Tablet to your PC via USB. The only way to add epub files to the tablet is to drop them in the correct folder on the tablet, making the PC store completely worthless. Remote Control: - The PS3 uses bluetooth remotes, so the IR Remote can't be used with it. However, the tablet has bluetooth too, so why can't there be a dedicated 'PS3 remote' of some sort? - New buttons can not be easily moved around on the Full Remote. You must delete them, then retrain them in another location, which leads to ... - Only buttons that exist on the original remote can be trained. This may not sound like an issue, but my TV that it 'recognized' has 4 HDMI inputs, but the Full Remote defaulted with 3. The original remote only has an 'Input' button, so the 4th button can not be created. It would be nice if you could tell it a TV model in addition to the manufacturer and it would know how many inputs, etc. to include.