ilostmypistons: All Android devices are a smooth, and fun experience once you root them and get a custom rom on them. I am waiting out for the developing to begin. I owned the OG iPad, lamented the purchase afterwards, sold it, proceeded to purchase the OG Transformer, have not looked back at another tab since, followed ASUS. In my personal opinion as an Infinity owner, and previous OG/Prime owner, and it is only personal opinion certainly. ASUS defines the Android tablet experience, even if the devices have flaws at production. All devices have flaws, my Gnex has flaws, but while Samsung defines the premium Android phone experience, ASUS defines the tablet experience. Galaxy Tabs are nice, though they ultimately feel too 'phon(ish)' to me. I suppose if you are looking for a slightly limited device, with a highly diluted version of Android...tab away, to each their own, though ASUS defines it to me. The UI is not too heavily skinned, the Android is relatively pure (no less pure then a standard CM custom build) the hardware is intense, and I have used each of my tabs as a standard laptop replacement for about 97% of my online experience.
PS: Oh, and I have YET -knock on wood- to experience any of the defects people are mentioning in these forums, on my infinity, and the Prime defects, certainly not present. I have a C7 model, so relatively recent
PSS: All my own personal opinion, no flame war intended, to each their own lol