Hei, why don't I hear about you buying Galaxy Tab 10.1? I really haven't decided to own that but they said that it is awesome if compared to iPad 2.
I didn't mention it because I didn't think it very important.
The Tab 10.1 is nice if you like Android. I was looking at the iPad, but several things stopped me from choosing it: the dependency on iTunes to do anything (I run Linux primarily, I don't want to reboot just to sync the darn thing), the lack of ability to install outside programs if I really want to (I know about jailbreaking, but you lose the ability to upgrade the OS if you want to keep it), and the heavy control tendency of Apple.
My only major complaint with Android 3 has been the reliance on MTP. Support is great on Windows (Microsoft created MTP), so-so on OS X (Google has a special tool), and completely broken for the most part on Linux (I tried the latest libmtp with Galaxy Tab 10.1 support, it didn't work all that well). I just found other ways to transfer what files I need to.
Overall, both tablets are nice. I can do the same things: watch Netflix, view local videos, read books (Nook app and Aldiko work great), browse sites, etc. Heck, I can even use SSH to connect to my servers.
But enough off-topic stuff...
By the way, Bloc, I couldn't agree more with Motoko. The full template works just fine even in my SGS. I've been testing with Opera Mini & Mobile, SGS Internet Browser, Dolphin & Firefox (all for android).
Yeah, even with smaller screens, if you have enough resolution you can handle desktop-style sites just fine. It would be nice to have slightly larger targets for some things due to the imprecision inherent with touch input.
Smaller smartphone screens are the problem simply because of the low-resolution and small physical size. They require a much different interface because of those constraints. Re-working how the information is displayed and presented is important.