As I've been thinking about what kind of tablet to buy, I know one of my decisions to make is whether to get WiFi-only version or WiFi+3g. I've mostly been thinking that I wouldn't use the tablet too often out of the house. But then a friend said, "What are you talking about? Don't you want to take it to different friends' houses (who don't have wireless modems), sit in a park with it, use it on the bus, go to cafes with it where they don't have WiFi capability, etc.?" And the more I think about it, that sounds pretty appealing. But right now I don't yet know how I would use it. But I've been thinking of getting the new ASUS Transformer Prime and I think what's being announced next week is just the WiFi version. It may be while before they get something that works with my Verizon Wireless. I think the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Motorola Xoom may be the only Android tablets that come with 3g for Verizon. I guess wanting 3g/4g capability pretty severely limits what tablet you can get, right? Then I thought: well, just get the WiFi version and do the smartphone tethering that I'm hearing about. So I'd like to get a sense of how other people use their tablet. Do you take it outside of the house a lot? Do you have a 3g version to do that, or do you do tethering? If you don't use it much out of the house, do you feel restricted by that? Etc.