New member, long time android user.
So for a while I thought that the update from asus was causing the issue, like something within asus's programming.
I decided to decompile our ota of ics and found a few items that seem to conflict with the transformers hardware.
Namely the magnetic sensor that tells the system when the lid is closed (docking station). It appears that the sensor no long functions under ics, instead of shutting off the screen, it turns it on.
Normally, this wouldn't be any issue since many of us don't have the dock, but it's causing a wake lock issue which causes the tablet to go into a loop.
I've also noticed in the programming that there is a tell, in regards to when it will "spaz-out". The speakers will crackle or sputter as if something was attempting to play. This is the time to reboot on your own, because within 20 minutes or less, it will boot loop.
Notice this however. This is not an asus ICS issue. I'm running CyanogenMOD 9, and it still happens (albeit much less). From what I can ascertain, its an incompatibility within ics itself and the hardware. My acer iconia has yet to have this issue, running ics.
I will be re-developing the ota ics for the tf101.
Any suggestions are welcome. LOGCATs are also very useful so send the my way if you can. (once I get the chance, I'll make this discovery its own thread)