I've spent about 6 hours with my iPad since it arrived this morning, and so far so good. I'm totally digging it for searching PDFs, for streaming movies off of my hard drive as well as via Netflix, the games are pretty cool so far (Labyrinth 2 HD - the walls change perspective as you tilt the iPad!, along with a few other things), and I've rediscovered comic books too.
On a practical note, I'm planning to take this with me to the GameStorm meeting on Sunday and see how well it works as a note-taking device. I do not yet have a way to prop the thing up effectively, so I may just lay it on the table and see what happens.
Mike showed me a 2-player version of SmallWorld, which I'm passingly interested in, but if anyone is aware of any other Euro-style boardgames that have been implemented on the iPad, that would be awesome.
This is a busy weekend for me, so I won't be doing a huge amount of work with the iPad in the next couple of days, but I will take the time to do as complete a rundown of the functionality it comes with as well as what I've added in around the end of the month. Heck, it may be time to start an iPad specific blog that I and those friends of mine that own them can post on...