I was thinking maybe it'd be possible to use the 3VO as sort of a mini-laptop. Like a netbook. With a 4.3" screen. Eh? Here are some things to keep in mind or mull over: Resolution is now nearly as good as some netbooks (better than others -- remember the old QVGA netbooks?). [A] Case will/may come with a kickstand "Bluetooth keyboards" (never used them -- do they work well with Android? With the EVO? Some are highly portable and even come with a pointer/mouse!) Possibility to sideload Ubuntu (as has been done with the HD2), given bootloader is unlocked (Ubuntu is a full desktop OS including the latest OpenOffice/LibreOffice fully comparable to and compatible with Microsoft Office for most use). Likely no GPU support (including video acceleration, 3D, etc) due to lack of Qualcomm drivers for non-Android GNU/Linux. SMS/MMS/data/Wifi likely to work, calls can be received but sound system may have difficulties). What do you think? I've known HD2's to be used like this (though in my experience without a Bluetooth keyboard -- instead, a USB keyboard with power supply). For productivity, this thing might be pretty darn cool. If we're getting it anyway, it might not hurt to spend just our $50 (after Evo 4G trade-in) instead of buying a more expensive netbook or tablet.