By far the worst experience with modern consumer electronics I've had. And that goes for everything, TVs, PCs, game consoles, phones, everything. Nothing has failed as hard as the Nexus 7 tablets that I've purchased. I bought the first gen N7, ended up with random rebooting issues that rendered the tablet unusable. Bought the 2nd gen, and the horrible touch screen makes this one nearly unusable. My nexus 4 phone had been rock solid, never giving me any trouble. No rebooting, and perfect touch screen. Basically does everything the N7 does, just on a smaller screen. Oh yeah, and its actually USABLE. I was very disappointed to hear Google stuck with Asus for the 2nd gen N7 after the problems people were having with the 1st gen. Now whaddya know, BAM widespread touchscreen issues with the 2nd gen. Surprise surprise. What is Google thinking? Doesn't the Nexus brand command a higher standard than this cheap junk? I know you guys are lining up to say "mine works fine", well good for you. I'm happy for you. I'm glad you didn't waste $500 on two tablet shaped paperweights like I did, and actually ended up with a functional one. There are more than one 100+ page threads over at the official Google support where lots of people are pissed. So far Google is pretending the problem doesn't exist. This kind of BS is what drives someone to switch to Apple or Microsoft. SO frustrating.