I'd like to get a Tablet in the 7" range for under $250. My main use is to bridge the gap between my phone (being too small) and having to lug my laptop around and back and forth to my car (Jotto Desk) mount. My main work related uses that my phone gets used for is accessing and searching a 400 page PDF that I get every week, using Google maps to figure out mileage between addresses, calculator, navigation and occasionaly internet. I'd like a tablet (wifi only) that can handle these tasks. In addition, I'd like bluetooth, Android Market (Google Play), SD slot, and the ability to watch Netflix. I was considering the Kindle Fire or the Nook Touch, but neither have Bluetooth. I missed a good deal on a DELL Streak 7 Refurb. I don't know anything about all these chinese tablets that have various combinations of android 2.1 to 3.2, 256mb to 1G ram, resistive screen, no memory slot, 4-16gb onboard memory. I'd rather find something that has some internet support. Meaning that if I have an issue, I can find a forum to ask questions. Perhaps something that has ROM support. I'm not looking to hack and reconfigure daily, but the ability to put a ROM on that is stable and will let me load apps and do the things I want is a must. I'd rather get a refurb from a reputable manufacturer (DELL, SAMSUNG, MOTOROLA, etc) than a new tablet from some company that no one ever heard of. Thoughts, suggestions? I know the streak hasn't had the best reviews, but screen resolution and battery life are the only negatives I've seen in most reviews.