I sure hopw it's worth the weight!
By the way, not sure if I posted this somewhere else, but here are my 2 cents on accessories:
Usually sellers (and manufacturers) screw customers over by writing a "base" price and then charging almost half of that for "extras", which are actually essential. For example, not including the pen, keyboard, dock, etc. in base price is, in my opinion, a terrible way to treat customers. However, I think the PF could change this. Since its price will be very competitive (at least judging by your promises), including all the accessories (at least pen, earbuds, keyboard and maybe a Mozo case) would still attract plenty of attention. Especially if the title says "accessories included". I also agree that a bare price without accessories would probably attract even more attention. But I think we all agree that skimping on accessories is screwing up the buyer.
In my opinion, it would be best to advertise the "base price" that includes all basic accessories, like the pen, keyboard, earbuds, and maybe a Mozo case. But together you could also have another price - the "minimal price" when buying without accessories. When buying the actual tablet, people could review their options, and remove the accessories that they don't want - similar to pcspecialist.co.uk if you want an example. Of course, with less options than pcspecialist.
My reason for the suggestion is that when people buy a product, they assume it will be fully useable. And if the PF is advertised with an awesome pen, then it is not fully useable without that pen. In other words, people should get it the way it's advertised, by default. If they don't need a specific accessory, they can remove it in the web shop.
What do you think, @Konstantinos?