I am a tablet junkie. I've had everything from the first ipad to the galaxy tab 2 7.0 (And almost every Samsung and Asus Tablet inbetween). I'll make this review into bullet points with some thoughts, rather then a long and drawn out thesis statement. -It's very stable. MUCH more stable then the Prime. From an OS standpoint, I've had zero hangups in the stock browser and in apps. It's doesn't feel buggy at all, and in fact it seems to move faster then the prime. -Don't pay too much attention to the reviews about the build quality of the tablet. It's not as thin, weighs a bit more, but it's nothing you'll really notice. The back plastic plate looks very sharp in the blue, and I personally like it alot. -The reviews about screen brightness: Can't really tell that much of a difference unless you've got the TF300 and the Prime next to each other. The screen is excellent. And the speakers are loud. Button placement also feels better. -WiFi and GPS problems have been fixed. They are on par with every other tablet now. No problems here. -Battery life is pretty strong. Not insane like that Acer or Ipad, but strong enough to get through a day with normal usage on medium brightness settings. I could care less about the lesser IPS display because A)You can't tell the difference, and B) I don't plan on using the tab in the middle of the sun. -Stock of this tablet is good nationwide. This tablet is meant to replace the Prime, and Asus knows this. -Get the 32GB model. It's only $20 more expensive then the 16GB Model. -Only one wallpaper. No lock screen AND home wallpaper. Oh well. -ICS 4.0 comes preinstalled, with an Asus firmware update out of the box. -Put the Tab on a charger for a good 2 hours before turning it on. Trust me on this one. Awesome product. The Prime was a little thinner, and had the brushed aluminum back. Besides that, without reading specs, you cannot tell any differences except that this one has no bugs or wifi issues. It's a little heavier, but not to the point of it being a brick. In my opinion, it's the best Android tablet out there when you take into account everything (price, build, quality.) I think the 10.1 Samsung Galaxy tab 2 will be a nice tablet, but I don't think it will be as smooth as the Asus. If anybody out there from Asus is reading, I have one little opinion I wish that you take heed of... Make this EXACT same tablet, in the form factor of the Galaxy Tab 8.9. 10.1 is good, but can be a little big. Make it a little smaller, but bigger then the 7.0. I know the MeMo is coming out but that tablet does not look visually appealing to me at all.