I'm also dissapointed in the TF700t's performance. Aside from the great screen and build quality it doesn't feel like an upgrade speed-wise from my TF101. I would accept that I must have unreasonable expectaions if I didn't own an Android phone. I get better performance from my SGS2 running 4.1.2. How can my old phone outclass my quad core tablet in Android? I could accept the occasional flickering lines, but the tablet is so inconsistent. A factory reset stopped the daily RRs (still happens a couple a times a week) and freezes and cold boots help, but sometimes it's just so sluggish and quirky. Sometimes it's a joy to use. I'll be interested to see how I feel once I get the Nexus 4. Asus has been very good to us with updates and I'm grateful for their great service, but I'm starting to think it's going to be Nexus or nothing for me. I'm really glad they are selling well (go Android!) And I'm glad some people get a great experience. I'm just dissapointed I'm not one of them.