Earlier this week Patricia wrote about her experiences with the Switch, which over the past couple of months she has predominately used as a traditional console. It's interesting to me because my experiences have been the complete opposite - I've used it almost exclusively as a handheld console.
The orthodoxy says that the more you move around, for work or leisure, the better value the Switch becomes. And there's certainly a joy to being able to make long train rides, like the Shinkansen or a trip down Sydney's south coast, disappear with several rounds of Mario Kart or Snipperclips.
But the small size of the Joycons actually works really well for families, too. Maybe not so much for Mum and Dad, but definitely for children, which helps the Switch take over the role of the Wii U/Wii nicely.
What about yourselves though? For those who bit the bullet on grabbing a Switch, what's been your primary configuration? Do you use it more as a handheld, or in docked mode?