I picked up a new 8" one from Kohl's last Thanksgiving, although at a much lower net price ($102 - $15 Discovercard cashback - $30 rebate = $57 - $15 Kohl's cash earned on the purchase).
It's pretty okay. It feels like a "real" tablet to me (not a toy), and has all the basic functions. Right now, I'm using it as a digital radio for my Mom, who is bed bound and likes to listen to talk radio at night (otherwise, she insists on listening to a transistor radio that is 90% static). With the tablet, she can listen to her stations streaming over the internet, so the sound is crystal clear.
The Amazon Appstore is fine, but it's definitely a drawback that the Play store is not accessible out of the box (I haven't tried to run the program to install an older version of it). Also, it seems that the Appstore app has some problems, so that I have to reinstall it whenever I install a new app (at least that was the case when I last installed an app, which was a while ago). Not a big deal, but a bit of an annoyance. It's frustrating, too, that when I purchase an app for my phone from Google Play, I can't install it on the tablet unless I want to pay for it again through the Appstore.
Still, it was a good purchase for me. In part, I just wanted to figure out if I would use a tablet, but without the risk of investing in something much pricier at the outset (turns out I don't use it much -- especially since getting a smartphone). If you want an inexpensive tablet option for surfing the web, checking email, reading e-books, listening to the radio, and that sort of thing, this tablet is a reasonable option.