I got my K1 last week and haven't put it down. Well that's when I can get it off my kids. Popped in my google account details and wham it's all there. Setting up wifi was a doddle and updates pop in just like an android phone via alerts in the bottom bar. You can change the default progs that feature on the homepage and I use my pop email for that as I don't use gmail much and gmail generates little alerts when something happens so I get both anyway. The defaults are called ZONES and can be changed using the little cog icon right next to them. On the right is full access to settings - dead easy and well placed. It reminds me a bit of the HTC in terms of usage but I guess that's just android for you. I like how the gallery app has found all my Picasa photos - something my HTC doesn't do. I like the Lenovo app store as they seem to have preselected useful and tested apps rather than ploughing through the zillions in the Market. If you want to do that the Market is there too of course. I didn't like how you need to register for the Lenovo app store with a credit card as I only want free apps for now. You get an email thanking you for your purchase each time you download - even if free. Worried me the first time but price was zero so no problem. I like how easy it is to select apps and install, uninstall - much easier than my HTC phone and more intuitive. Only issue I found is that skype does not allow video calls but that is lack of skype support right now I believe. There were two games that don't seem to work well - but I'm not too worried about Pyramid or Doodle jump. A couple things I like, especially after trying sort out my mum's iPad (yuck) is that it has "documents to go" installed which means all the powerpoint, xl, word and pdf stuff just works (I had to mess around with iPad to find something to help there). The printer app is brilliant - it just found my canon printer and printed to it perfectly - wow that was easy. Oh yeah and flash works so all those web sites I can't use on iPad just work fine. Don't believe apple don't do that - oh well. The little physical button on the right as well as taking you to home is also a swipe button - found that by accident - takes you to menu one way, and back a screen the other way. Has a couple little lights near it that flash to tell you it knows you want to power on which is also helpful. The little icons at the bottom always allow you to go back to desktop (one press) and home (two presses). The other one on the left is another way to go back a screen which is very useful and the last one shows you all running apps, similar to iPad. When a menu option is avail another icon appears which does the menu function. Oh and web seems more functional than on the iThing - you get a more normal browser experience with easier access to home, tabs and bookmarks - I got irritated with the iPad browser (could be my age). Oh and it automatically brought up my iGoogle homepage - wasn't expecting that but it's impressive. Final thing - pressing the little + sign at the top right takes you to a simple page where you can add or change widgets, apps, wallpapers and so on. It also shows you the 5 screens and you can place things directly where you want them all from the one page - much easier than the way phones work. All in all, as you can probably tell, I love it. Any questions before you decide - let me know and I'll try and answer. Lenovo lists the preinstalled apps on their website for each country I believe.