First post over here, as I am usually over in the Droid Bionic area (along with Johngalt). I am going to be getting a TF700 later today. My wife surprised me with a tablet for my birthday yesterday and got the right brand but the wrong model (TF300), so I am going to exchange it. My first question concerns the JB update. I've read through the posts on this forum concerning the update, and while I have mixed feelings about it, I plan install it right away. I'm thinking that once I get the unit up and running I'll immediately download and install the update and then do a full reset before adding any apps or customizing in any way. My logic comes from my experience updating a Droid Bionic from GB to ICS less than a week ago. It seemed that the factory reset was necessary to make ICS run as intended. So the question is, how would others would proceed regarding the JB update with a fresh, out of the box device? My second question concerns an extended warranty. My wife purchased the TF300 at Best Buy so I will be doing my exchange there. Over the years I have purchased laptops from Best Buy and have always also purchased their PSP warranty. In the last 15 or so years, I have had three laptops replaced outright either as a result of issues that were covered or as a result of the plan's "no lemon" clause. I've read a number of reviews that addressed problems with the TF700 screen-either the glass cracking or internal display related issues. I'm also wondering if it would be covered under warranty if the unit doesn't respond properly or at all after the JB update is attempted. Given these considerations, is $100 for the extended warranty worth it on a $600 device? Thanks in advance!