This document summarises the highlights of the SuperB physics programme. The potential benefits to understanding new physics and the standard model through the study of B, D, and tau decays, along with precision electroweak and conventional and exotic spectroscopy measurements are discussed. Finally the use of these results in the context of the bigger picture of understanding how new physics can behave is summarised.
Adrian Bevan (University of London (GB)) Alberto Lusiani (INFN and Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa) Ikaros Bigi (Univ. of Notre Dame) Dr John Walsh (INFN Pisa) Marcello Giorgi (INFN& Universita' di Pisa) Dr Marco Ciuchini (Universita di Roma Tre and INFN) Michael Roney (BABAR Collaboration/University of Victoria) Prof. Riccardo Faccini (La Sapienza)