Returned my A500 due to wifi seeming to be unstable in low signal areas (my gTablet is FAR better in regards to wifi). I REALLY like the A500, but need solid wifi function (the one and only thing the gTablet did right). Though I will still get another A500 to see if the wifi issue was a fluke, I am strongly considering the 32gb Transformer- depending on my six questions that would appreciate answers 1. How is the wifi reception and stability in low signal areas? My A500 would connect and disconnect about every five minutes in low signal areas, but stable in good reception areas. Almost like the wifi power toggles up and down and you only notice it in low signal areas, since the power drops compromise the signal connection (my guess, at least). 2. How is the internal storage read by computers? The A500 is read as a portable device, which is problematic for transferring all data as a back-up. The copy function can simply stop and not post a warning that the transfer was not complete. A logical drive is better, since normal drive data access and transfer. 3. How much of the internal storage is free? Out of box, the A500 has 12.5gb free and the rest taken by format parameters, stock apps and the OS. 4. Does the Trans allow app installs if less than 1gb free internal space? The A500 will not install apps if there is less than 1gb internal storage. This means the actual net internal space is 11.5gb, since 1gb of the 12.5gb out of box, is useless. If Trans has the same issue, it is a Honeycomb problem. 5. Batter life? I appreciate this is a very subjective subject, but I would generally expect the IPS display to provide at least 30 minutes more battery life compared to the A500. I read mixed reports about battery life on the Transformer. 6. How easy is the Trans to root? The A500 can be rooted by simply installing an app and running it. Even more simple than the gTablet. I do not care about kernel mods, just want Titanium and some bloat to go away. TIA!