Ahh yes, why not an Ultrabook?
Primarily because I don't want to deal with the keyboard all of the time. The convertible/hybrid devices I have seen in stores and read about online are too thick and heavy compared and too pricey compared to either the Surface or Vivo Tab. Is there a convertible/hybrid true Ultrabook currently available or announced?
Point taken about the non Windows store apps, but I only have one must have app. The rest can be covered by my home desktop or laptop. I will have to wait and see if that appears in the Windows store. That will make the decision between RT and Pro.
Not sure what you mean about Windows 7/7.5 phones, but as long as the tablet does what I want (PDFs and limited MS office, plays some video, email, ebooks, and allows web surfing) I don't really care about further upgrades.
How do you transfer files with your droid tablet? Can you connect to a network server?
Thanks for addressing questions 2 & 3. Anyone have thoughts on question 1 or further input for 2 & 3?