Hi, I second the questions of Tim Butler, about Linux support and compatibility with future iterations of the Padphone.
My reasons for this are:
1) About Linux: I'm still looking for a productivity tool. While I like the fancy "touch" interface of Android to view documents and multimedia content, I cannot spend several hundred bucks on a device without real productivity potent. And, AFAIK, office suites, drawing tools, audio processing and others aren't good enough for daily processing (and I'm not sure it will be someday, because they are not necessarily vowed to replace laptops). Also, having Linux support would bring attraction and get you many free evangelizers! ^^
2) About ulterior compatibility: having owned an Ipad2, I could have a good look at screen definition. The current definition of the Padfone tablet's part doesn't please me so much (it's good, no more). So, if I know I can buy, later, a separate tablet component with higher specs (the one that would come from a Padfone2 for example), I'll happily become early adopter of the coming Padfone. Otherwise, I'll have to look away.
3) By the way, I agree with other comments on the "bay door". At least paint it with the same color, no need for it to be so obvious, users will quickly learn where it is anyway!
With that said, this concept licenced from Always Innovative is even greater than their previous concept, which led to the Transformer. I believe there will be a strong adoption to this device, once people overlook the so-called "complexity" and see all its latent potent (and clear their brain from Apple marketing, but that's another story).:)
GG Asus, keep up the good work!