I spent some quality time with the One Note this morning, and while it is a step in the right direction, this device is not ready for prime time. I was initially excited about the One Note as I have been waiting for years for a device that I can use as my everyday notebook. The closest I got to this goal was a Toshiba Windows PC/Tablet circa 2000. It met my needs when the software was not crashing and losing all my notes for the day. The One Note does not work well as a note-taking device. I give Samsung points for dealing well with palm rejection, but there were times when I inadvertently touched the menu bar at the bottom and got kicked out of the program. The interface to the Note program is not very intuitive. For example, it took me a few times to get the pen style to change, and moving from portrait to landscape mode I lost half the page and there was not a scroll bar that let me get to the bottom. It would also be nice if there was an icon that would let me lock the orientation so it did not change when the tablet rotated just a bit too much during the normal course of using it. I tried going through the Photoshop tutorial but it was not well done. I wonder how well Samsung tested this tutorial on "everyday" users. It may be that some of these issues are addressed but I did not spend enough time to get into that level of detail. But it is the vendor's job to spend the time to get it right, and for what this is advertised to be, Samsung released a product that is, in my opinion, still beta. I will stick with my Xoom for at least a while longer.