Massive problems? Really? From your point of view, maybe. Let's face it, the only real problem webOS has is that it was publicly decapitated by Leo.
Originally Posted by muyoso
As far as working, my daughter uses hers for browsing, games, YouTube, and to play music. She has not complained once about anything, and she was dead-set on getting an iPad2 before I picked up a firesale TouchPad - to the point where she used to make fun of and downplay my TouchPad. Now that she's got hers, she loves it, it just works for her.
My mother just got her TouchPad this past Tuesday, and she called it amazing. I walked her through setting it up the first time, and how to update some of the apps (Kindle and QuickOffice mainly). She's still getting used to it, but loved the responsiveness/sensitivity of the touchscreen. As for me, I've enjoyed the past few months with mine (but you knew that already). It's helped me get organized like I've never been organized before, keep up on reading/research, and generally have fun. I am now back on the stock kernel, and I don't miss the overclocking kernel at all. I figured that it'd be much worse than when overclocking, but it isn't.
Is it perfect? Of course it isn't, and it would be foolish for anyone to say that about any platform. Does it have massive problems? Not at all, well except for the thing about HP publicly killing it. YOU may have found something that YOU didn't like/couldn't do, but it's a fallacy to assume that all users would think the same.