Yup --extensively. Bought it there as well. I hope that this in some small way contributes to the message that Microsoft needs to hear: if you want this thing to sell, you have to put it out there for people to touch and play with. Steve Jobs understood that, and it was a key aspect in Apple's success. The iPad has the proportions of an A4 or Letter-sized sheet of paper, which makes it practical for most layouts and reassuringly familiar. But web pages are often a fixed width and scroll down to various lengths. In that respect a Surface in portrait mode accommodates such sites nicely. I think that an Atom CPU with PowerVR 545 would have been preferable, but the Surface design makes up for the compromise in many ways.