I was just able to acquire a Panasonic Toughbook as part of a trade. It basically cost me nothing, and it seems to work just fine. Looks like it has some bloatware, and likely malware on it, but I work on computers for a living, so that's not a big concern for me. I figure I'll just wipe it and load a fresh OS and apps. So my question is, what do you all suggest I use this thing for? It's a model CF-52, semi-rugged (not one of the military grade ruggedized models), but is still rated for some decent abuse. My first thought is to load it with prepper docs (recipes, how-to's, podcasts, etc.), and load scans of important docs such as passports, insurance papers, etc.) and put it in the closet with the BOBs. It's too heavy to actually be part of a BOB, but if the situation calls for loading up in the BOV, it's easy to add it to the load. It seems like I should be able to do more with it, but I can't think of anything else. You guys have any suggestions?