I am considering the prime to replace my ipad1 and I keep hesitating to pull the trigger. Now I am not a person that usually waits for tech since its a cycle that never ends in a way. However there are generations of tech trends that sometimes are worth waiting for. For example the suckers that bought an iPhone 3gs weeks before the iPhone 4 was released....bad timing. Or the people buying the HTC hero weeks before the evo 4g was released....bad timing.. With the somewhat substantiated rumors of ipad 3 2500x1600 display with quad core and Samsung,Acer and others rumored release of equal or slighlt less 1900x1200 screens coming shortly will Prime buyers be feeling remorse way before they should? Is owning a tablet for 2 months before something significantly better comes out just bad timing? I know the don't wait argument. But the flip side is the do wait arguement. A few areas where I debate this. 1. Will Samsung being the strongest android player releasing a retina level display shift app development to that resolution? 2. If apple releases that display then of course it will. Developers develop first for ipad with very few exceptions. 3. Does an app running at this higher resolution have to take up 2 to 4 times the file size? With 720p games already pushing a gig of memory will the retina equivalent be 2-4 gigs? That would hold back how many apps you could store. 4. Does this resolution cause the browser to struggle and shrink everything down? I'm sure they will have an option of zooming.. but could this slow down the process? 5. With so many changes and developers on sitting on the sidelines with android will have tablets with several different screens hold back development? We probably all agree that if apple released the product it will run smooth ect. I am sick of them and don't want to buy anymore iproducts. But I will give them credit as well. Just some thought. I am a display geek. I have 4.5 super amoled plus phone. Upgraded dell xps 17 to 1080p screen, have a 60 inch led TV and may buy that 80 incher just released. So I appreciate displays.