Note that Flash isn't on the iPad (thank God!)... this just allows web sites who have embedded their video in Flash to deliver a non-Flash version to the iPad without them converting the videos to something other than Flash.
Originally Posted by serwan
That said, when I first got my iPad, I bought Skyfire and Cloud Browse, the combination of which allowed my to watch pretty much any Flash video or use any website with a Flash based app. However, I think it has been months since I've used either. I rarely run into anything in Flash these days. (Of course, there are certain types of uses and sites which will run one into Flash... for which the above are good solutions).
I do hear you on the camera though. That is probably the only disappointment I have about my iPad 2. It is fine for video conferencing or shooting a quick video, but for still shots, is useless (not that I really want to be taking photos with my iPad... but still). What I would like a better rear camera for is to be able to take a photo with enough resolution to be able to store and OCR when researching at the library. I also know a better rear camera would be an advantage to people building apps to scan barcodes and such.