I had to set up our Blackberry Playbook display today as it goes on sale tomorrow. This is the most frustrating device I've ever had the displeasure of using. It takes a year and a half to turn on. First it shows the logo, then some colored circles appear in the background, then they slowly move and change color and shift through the entire freaking color spectrum, then it loads the main dashboard, then it sits blank for a little bit and finally loads the icons. And then there is the touch screen. OMG, wtf were they doing when designing that thing? The touch screen doesn't even work when it's laid flat on a table. Instead it ignores your finger and decides to spaz out and randomly click things on the screen. Even when your holding it, it only decides to register half of your presses. And the scrolling barely works. You're supposed to be able to swipe your finger to scroll between tabs or pages or whatever. Instead you desperately swipe your finger across the screen praying for it to move. I'm still not sure how to get back to the dashboard. I seem to manage to do so by furiously swiping upwards many many times until it eventually kicks me back to the dashboard. You have to set it up to get everything fully working feature wise. I don't know if Blackberry is just blocking this from finishing since the street date is tomorrow, but me and a bunch of other stores couldn't get the Blackberry ID Agreement to load. Yet a couple were able to do so. But the internet shows I'm not alone in this problem. If you somehow manage to get the thing set up, I'm told there is a close to 300 MB update you must first download. Why is there a 300 MB update on launch day? I can only hope this fixes the device so it's usable. All this can be yours for only $499.98! Tetris works great though.