It might not be popular to link to other retailers, but reviews on Best Buy seem pretty positive, though they mention two issues:
1) The lack of a support page (drivers, etc.) for it. This seems to be the case no longer; just go here. This is important because graphics drivers on some laptops are still manufacturer-only, and more importantly this thing seems to be blasted for having a ton of bloatware, so a reinstall might be in the near future.
2) Windows Update may be broken out of the box. Seems like they might have been cloning from a bad image. Either way, the Best Buy comments recommend this fix. Though I haven't tested it, the steps seem logical and reasonable (I wrote a repair tool for WU about 5 years ago, so I'm familiar with similar steps, but obviously WU has changed drastically in the last 5 years).
The only thing I'm seeing that I don't like is the lack of NVidia Optimus, the power saving technology that turns off discrete graphics when you aren't gaming. Some laptops omit it on spec sheets, while others just don't have it. Combined with the 6-cell battery, this could be annoying. (Edit: Looks like it has Optimus, according to a post here. Woot!)
Still, I'm in. I've been looking for a laptop for, oh, 5 weeks. I almost struck on one a month ago, but then I totaled my car and had to adjust my budget and timeline (it makes me sad to say, but the car was more important). The low res of the screen would have bothered me, but for everything EXCLUDING gaming and some web browsing it won't be easily noticable - I had checked screens at Microcenter. The slow HD will probably be replaced with a Momentus XT (flash/hdd hybrid drive) in the future. But I couldn't pass up the combination of decent integrated graphics, the processor I wanted, Widi, Bluray, and potential WiMax for under $700.