The elderly phone and the SP3 struggled, and sometimes failed, when I tried to use Skype and a Roll20 game room during games. Both were OK until more people joined in -- usually more than 4 would overload it. They had various problems with Discord replacing Skype, although much less than with Skype. I originally started playing mostly text only games because voice games were so often a hassle wirh that combination. __________ With the new phone and SP6, most of the Discord & Roll20 problems are gone -- I don't even bother trying Skype anymore. However, the SP1 and SP2 were large tablets. The SP3 was the first true laptop computer in the series, able to handle MS Office Suite, etc. Roll20, however, doesn't believe in supporting phones and tablets -- and the SP's still have some (typically nice) tablet-like aspects, such as full touchscreen, laser pen, and trackpad instead of mouse. I've found that I sometimes need to refresh a Roll20 game room if the graphics get slightly balky -- but it's no big deal. __________ In general, the SP3 and SP6 have been trouble free and delightful to use. They're a very convenient size and weight -- I often carry mine around even when running errands, if I want to use it while eating lunch out. If left in Sleep Mode too long, they may require several button pushes in a certain sequence to wake up -- it's easy to find that info online. They're not the best at keeping cool, but are usually fine. If I play a lot of graphics-intensive games very fast, the sound of the fan revving up warns me. I've never had that happen with Roll20 or Discord, though.