Hi everyone, I was visiting my parents over the holidays, and i played with an iPad 2 (first time i've really played with a tablet at all). I pretty much fell in love with it. The video chat on it was incredible, and i loved how easy it is to carry around. As much as i loved it, i think Android is the better OS for me. So, now i'm trying to pick one out. I'm debating between the Asus Transformer, the Trasformer Prime, and possibly the Galaxy Tab 10. Amazon has the Transformer in "like new" condition for $307 with shipping. I'm not against used. The Galaxy is going for $386 after shipping. And then the Prime would be new, for $500. I don't do anything crazy on the computer. I mainly surf the internet, video chat, watch videos (both from the memory as well as streaming), word processing, email, etc. I'm also going to be a Real Estate in the coming months, so i'll be using PDF readers and other apps that aren't graphic intensive. So in short, aside from maybe an occasional flash game, i do my gaming on my Xbox and won't be using this for that. So, with that in mind, the $300 price tag of the transformer is really enticing. Do you guys think this tablet will serve those needs adequately for the next 2-3 years? Or a year from now am i going to be feeling the drag of a slower machine? I have my Evo from 1.5 years ago, and while i notice how much faster my friend's new phones are, this thing really does do the job for me. I don't notice any lag at all until i have one of theirs next to mine. I CAN swing the $500 for the Prime if people really think it's worth it, but i also want a new bike rack, and that would put that purchase on hold for a while . Also, what are you guy's impressions of Skype on android tablets? Facetime was awesome on my mom's iPad, and she said Skype worked just as well. Is it comparable? Thanks in advance, i appreciate any insight you guys might have on this.