If it can be jailbroken, the possibilities are endless. Here is a possibility I'd like to see happen: After a few months, developers could make the USB adapter completely useable (instead of just photos, you can view the USB device in iFile, and use an external hard drive. This would solve memory issues. There is already Bluetooth keyboard support, and mouse support wouldn't be hard. This would take a while, but there may be a Boot Camp on the iPad (enables a seperate partition on the Hard Drive for Windows). There would be a program on your computer (not sure what the name would be) and this is how it would work: You plug in your external drive to your computer and open up Boot Camp, then you click "Begin". The computer program tells you what size partition you want, and where to put it. You select your external drive, and it creates a Boot Camp partition folder on it. Then it tells you to insert your Windows XP, Vista or 7 disk. Put the OS of your choice into the disk drive, and when it appears on the desktop, click Install. This loads up Windows and Boot Camp for installation on the iPad. After a few minutes, the program says something like "Insert External Drive into iPad via USB Adapter ". When it's in, go on iFile and search the External Disk. There will be an .ipa called Boot Camp installation. Open that. The app will open, and it will have "Please turn on Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse", and it will detect them. When it has detected them, you can use your mouse to select "Continue". The Windows installation will begin. It will go as normal, and the keyboard and mouse drivers will be modified into the Windows installation, so they work. You follow the on-screen installation, and pretty much install Windows. After Windows is complete, you will need to go into your external drive and select "Driver Installation.exe". This will install the drivers, like the Mac Boot Camp, but for iPad. Then you will have a full version of Windows running on your iPad! Feel free to point out any mistakes. I am typing this on my iPhone, and the text box is large, so there will be a few mistakes. I love Apple, but if I could run Windows on my iPad, it would be even better. I could have Flash (finally)! If you want to install a disk, simply plug in the hard drive to the computer and insert the disk. Go onto the Boot Camp program, and select "Disk Installation". It will copy the disk content to a new folder on your desktop (in the Windows on the external drive). There you can install the program. If you can't play a game because it needs a disk, just get a No Cd Patch. Please suggest improvements and problems. (because there will be many).