I am a graphic artist/photographer/studio musician/presentation artist/videographer (point being I want to utilize apps that aid in my multimedia field of productivity) in the round robin of tablet hunting between the Asus Infinity, Note 10.1 and Nexus 10. I first purchased a refurbished Infinity, returned it because the brightness control was defective. In that RMA wait time, I purchased a Note 10.1 to play around with it in real world use (vs. employees standing over my shoulder at Staples and Best Buy). I really like the Note and its performance, multi window, multitasking power and after having it a couple of days kind of "decided" that I would go with it over the infinity. The plastic build doesn't bother me as much as others. I just got my replaced Infinity today and realize I do miss the premium look and feel of the Infinity, not to mention the screen res. Though I fear it cracking if I even look at it the wrong way. My biggest gripe with the Infinity is the performance. Nexus 10 and Note 10.1 lag. They ALL lag and skip here and there. But not as much on the regular like the infinity. I wanted to know if you guys have the same general feeling I have where you find yourself willing to "making it work" or "deal with it" (it being performance issues, crashes, stutter, lag, etc) for the sake of having a very premium looking, stylish tablet with an HD screen? Do all of these ROMs improve actual/real world productivity or does it just make swiping the app drawer smoother? Lets face it, there IS that bit of pride in all of us and we like a well built, premium, high quality tablet. Even if it's more on the outside.