Do you remember the thread/storyline in the Peanuts comic strip in which Linus decides to once and for all give up his baby blanket? He gives it to Charlie Brown and tells him that under no circumstances is he to give Linus back the blanket.
I did the same thing in college when I got my first Turbo Mouse. (It’s a trackball mouse.) I kept habitually using the regular mouse over the Turbo Mouse. One day I took it down the hall and gave it to my friend Lisa and instructed her NOT to give it back to me for at least a week no matter how much I begged for it. After a week, I didn’t even WANT it back!
I think I might need to do the same thing with my Macbook Pro, though not on so dramatic a scale. Perhaps I’ll just start leaving it at work for a few days (a week?) and see what happens. Not that I can practically live without it on a long-term, day-to-day basis–but it’s the only way I’m going to give the iPad a proper shakedown. I keep gravitating to my Macbook pro. It’s pure habit. Like a well-used, trusted baseball glove.