I picked one of these up from Best Buy today...Just to try out (so I thought). Good 1. Build is solid 2. External speakers are louder than expected 3. Sound quality is good 4. Display looks good with good angles as well 5. Nice size 6. Snappy device with 2.3.3 (did not see an update for 2.3.4, mentioned in another thread) 7. Responsive touch function 8. Wifi has good range, stable and makes the A500 I owned seem like a little wimp. Wifi is as good as my Thrive. 9. Game emulators play faster on this device than any I have owned: gTablet, A500, Thrive, DX2 and Droid 3. This is a single core, but clocked at 1.5ghz. Noticeably faster than the dual cores and does not appear to get as hot as those devices. 10. Plays video well. Tried some 720p MKV files and they played fine. One odd thing is though MKV files played better on the Flyer, WMV 720p plays better on the Thrive. Weird. 11. Seems the right size for games compared to the Droid 3 and Thrive I own ATM. Not too big or small. Juuust right. 12. Charges through the USB port, so no worry need to lug the power supply! Added: 13. Hi def Flash content also plays much better than the Droid 3 and Thrive. Anandtech's comments and benchmarks in their review support this too. Added 14. Boots up a lot faster than any Android I have tested, so far. Bad 1. Do not like the location of the SD card, but at least it has one.... cough... Kindle Fire... cough. 2. The white on the ends. Why? That is all of the bad I can think of ATM. For $300, the Flyer rocks real hard and I am wanting to keep it.... BTW, I like Gingerbread on smaller displays, since no black navigator bar taking up 10% of the display. Any game emulator fan would be doing good getting this.