I got one of these the day after they came out at Sam's Club. I love it. I wanted something smaller than the 10" tablets (if I want to lug that much around, I might as well haul my netbook) and with a better screen form factor than the 7" tablets, which are really just overgrown cell phones. I paid a lot more than this for it (the early adopter thing and all) but I'm happier that I got it when I did than if I'd waited for a lower price.
I've been really happy with the upgrade to Honeycomb (they pushed that out last month). For one thing, it now understands all four directions can be "up". Sounds trivial, I know, but one of my major uses is to show screenshots to prospective website clients, and not having to hand them the tablet in a specific orientation is a good thing. Also, it can now talk to Bluetooth keyboards, which is sweet. I lucked into a great deal on a brand-new Logitech keyboard at a local flea market.
Let's see, what else... well, of course I play Angry Birds on it; I think that's mandatory. I do a lot of Web surfing with it, too. It makes a nice ebook reader (FBreader is a particularly good app for that), though I still prefer my Sony PRS-505 for that. Ironically, the one thing I've never particularly liked is the home theater remote control; for whatever reason, I prefer my 5-in-one remote that I bought cheap in a blister pack at Wal-Mart. A fair percentage of the time, the tablet hangs out on my desk running Pandora. And when I'm actively playing WoW, the remote AH is great; even when I'm not so active, being able to drop in on guild chat from unlikely places (a fast food restaurant in town ... a motel in another city ... an arts festival in a town with public wi-fi) is kind of fun.
The case is nice, though I use mine mostly for transport and sitting in restaurants, etc., when its easel configuration is handy.
If I didn't already have one, I'd buy this ins a split second. Since I do already have one, I'm trying to think of a reason I need two.
In short, if you want a portable Android tablet (fits neatly in a purse, large pocket, small pack, etc.) get this one; you can't go wrong.