That tablet market is moving fast! So I've been doing my research, and trying to keep up with what's current news and what's old news. I'm looking for a tablet that I can use to; 1) read ebooks, and, 2) watch high quality .avi files. (Is it possible to not have to convert 400MB-4GB files down in size? /me lazy.). $250 - $400USD (shipped to Australia). It would be nice to have the option to tether it to my phone for internet, but not essential. Otherwise happy with wireless-only versions. Also happy to root/hack etc to get things working. So let me know if I've got this right: Galaxy tab = awesome/perfect. But out of price range Archos 70 = pretty much on the money. But concerned about low RAM, and unable to upgrade much further. (Now this isn't a problem if it can happily play my avi files as they are, but slightly concerned that if I start using higher quality / larger files, the device/software won't keep up??). Understand that stocks are low, but I can wait a bit. eLocity 7A = looking almost too good to be true. Waiting to hear more user reviews? Amazon have a hiccup at the moment (BJ's doesn't take international orders and have to call and check per product with TigerDirect). Notion Ink Adam = looks great. But when will it happen? And will it live up to the hype. lol. Viewsonic = gtablet too big for handbag. ViewPad is 600MHz (pfft!). I've looked at a bunch more, but most are either <1GHz, <512MB, resistive screen etc. If all I wanted was to read books, than all would be good, but throwing in the desire to watch movies without having to scale them down ups my requirements. Is this right? Views, people?