Hi there! I am planning to buy a tablet to use the internet, check apps for news/weather/shopping/restos, play the latest games, Youtube, make notes, watch my movies whilst on my holiday. I'm looking at the Playbook and with the new 2.0 OS is it worth it? I have some serious queries & concerns if the Playbook is worth the plunge and worth the money. 1. Can it send any files via bluetooth to any bluetooth-enabled device? 2. Does it wake-up/start-up really quick like the iPad or those new Android 4.0 tablets? 3. Can it play on its own .avi & .mkv files without the use of an app? 4. Can it auto-connect to a neafby wifi if available? 5. Can i now access/download a handful of Android apps like what i have heard? If yes is this via the App World or as a different folder or "main" app? 6. How many hours can it do if with just "minimal" use? (surfung the net, downloading an app whilst watching a movie or playing games) 7. Can it do multitasking like the iPad or an Android 4.0 tablet? 8. Can one easily access running apps and easily cancle/stop them? 9. Is there a notification bar (like Android) to access common settings, etc. I believe these questions are really important in helping me decide what tab to choose. Shall i stick to the tried-and-tested Android 4/4.1 tablet like the Nexus 7 et al or can the Playbook do all those ones i mentioned above? Please advice.