Hi Craig - thanks for fast reply - it is as Oax and others are reporting - "even very light pressure on the screen causes a large collection of pixels in two different spots to be "squashed"
Now in my case and others - it is not as extreme as Oax shows in his YouTube video - here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FK37WbzToo
So - you touch the front of the screen - most visible if the screen background is black - you see a pixel splodge or little cloud appear where you touched the screen - the analogy would be what it is like to touch a resistive screen where the plastic layer (or whatever is used for the resistive screen layer) - on a resistive screen you would notice the plastic layer 'depress'
And another interesting discover - re OMAP 4 Quadrant versus Acer Iconia 100 Tegra 2 -
G9 80 Quadrant Result vs Acer Iconia A100 Tegra 2 Result
1. Both devices booted from cold
2. No apps running except those loaded at boot time by the device
3. Ran Full Benchmark on both
4. Tegra 2 Acer Iconia A100 - 7" running Honeycomb 3.2 - Quadrant Result 1841
5. G9 80 - running Honeycomb 3.2 FW 3.2.22 - Quadrant Result 1519
I was surprised by these results as I was under the impression that the TI OMAP 4 was faster than the Tegra 2.
Again Craig - many thanks for the work you do - I know how much work this is for you and all of us do appreciate you!