This article was posted on a different site about the differences between Windows on Arm and Windows 8 for PC. http://www.washingtonpost.com/busin...d-of-preview/2012/02/08/gIQA71s23Q_story.html What is concerning is this line - "Another aspect of WOA worth noting is that while Windows 8 for PC will be able to run on any Windows 7 PC, WOA won’t have a standard version and will be different for each manufacturer that makes the devices.” Sounds to me like they are going the way of android with different manufacturers having different features. That is very different from Windows Phone 7 where all the settings are identical except the odd exclusive set of apps (ie. Nokia drive etc or HTCs couple of apps). Personally supporting Android phones for students at my University has been a nightmare because one version of 2.2/2.3 wont have proxy settings where another manufacturers release of the same version will have them included. I really hope WOA isn’t going the same way where consumers can’t trust that they are getting the complete package when they buy an arm tablet. Having an identical set of features never hurt the iPad. How far will the differences between different manufacturers go? Or... does this mean that it needs compiling for the specific model and the features will be the same.