The only things I hate about this thing are: 1. It is built to prod you into buying useless crap all day long. 2. Eric Schmidt clearly hates the idea of 'privacy' (or, as my aunt says: "Germans are peculiar. It takes a strange brain to start two world wars.") I digress. Overall, the unit is excellent, coffee-proof, responsive; it does leave you to search for certain things: a file manager needed dowloading, as did a camera launching app. I still haven't found a way to log into the machines in my workgroup, and the USB interface driver install was not obvious (the Google one failed, only the ASUS one worked.)
I am most impressed with voice recognition, which gets 5 stars; despite my English accent, I could only stump it with "Herbert Karel Angelo Kuchacevic ze Schluderpaceru."
Wolfgang Pauli did just fine.
Update: for business users, a feature that seems insignificant, but, at least for what I'm doing is crucial. This machine will NEVER mistake a click (of, say, a radio button in a group) for a scroll (of, say, a list.) For applications that involve repetitive work, this is a godsend.