This is maybe a couple of questions -- I currently have a T410 and a X201, the former for home use (~80% of the use), the latter for carrying to a remote office. I am tired of trying to sync two computers, but the screen resolution on the x201 is too low for day to day work, and the T410 is too heavy for carrying to my office everyday. It looks like one solution might be to pick up an X201s instead, use it at home with a docking station, a thinkpad keyboard, and a couple of monitors; and then have a decent screen for traveling. Other than being somewhat hard to find, it appears that selling the two would just about pay for the one (with the exception of probably buying a largish SSD), and make my life much easier.
Before I do this, are there any issues with the 201s's I should know about -- are they prone to any particular problems, etc? Also, would it be possible to just track down the larger 201s screen and drop it into my 201?
I use my thinkpad for lots of different things -- writing, CAD, Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator, software development, running *nix under VMWare, listening to music, etc. but not movie editing, so I think the specs would be alright.
Assuming money is not much of an object, that I want one computer that can work as a portable with decent screen resolution (particularly along the Y-axis) and as a home desktop, and that the Trackpoint is the single most important element on a computer to me, is there a better option out there than the X201s?