The choice I've presented myself with, though, is a tough one. Do I get: - A tiny laptop with a touchscreen and the ability to fold the screen like a tablet, but no built-in DVD reader; - A slightly larger laptop with a normal screen that doesn't fold like a tablet, but it DOES have a DVD reader; - An even larger laptop (bigger than a sheet of paper - for shame!) that has the best of both worlds, but it's obviously heavier. I need help with this one. The tiny convertible tablet is spiffy but somewhat impractical, since I'd need to buy an external DVD reader. The slightly bigger one is a more pedestrian machine, but it's more practical. The biggest of the three has everything I'm looking for except for the light weight and miniscule size. Has anybody got any experiences to share regarding these features and what I'll miss the most if I choose the wrong machine?