Well it seems that FCC testing might have been part of the delay. Or perhaps something to do with the approvals on the 4G connectivity. Would this make it the first 4G tablet? That would be hot news. Too bad it is on AT&T. I think Sprint's technology is still a little further along at the moment.
Still, any news is good news. It is clearly moving along the rails.
As for WiFi, I would be supremely annoyed to be required to pay for an antenna I will never use, but I will NOT be buying a contract with AT&T in any case. If that means I can't have a Puccini, then I will buy a XOOM and wait for another tablet to come out with a pen.
I really hope the pen has a storage space. The "loose pen" system on the Flyer is guaranteed to cause it to get lost. I could always jury rig something with cloth and epoxy, but it won't look nice.