I went with Wyse pocketcloud. The mouse pointer function was just too cool. You can drog and drop, highlight, right-click, etc . Tap and hold then drag the pointer. It can also be done the same way with your finger. Here is a post from Page 9: Original post: There are 6-8 direct remote desktop apps (eliminating VNC type apps for now) in the iPad section of the App store and overall they are similar in price and rating. My favorite so far is Mocha's RDP app on the iphone but I don't see it (yet, I suppose) in the App store for iPad. My personal experience prefers the 'direct' connection to the OS rather than having a server running (aka VNC) as the 'direct' connection has turned out to be more stable and have better resolution. So which one do you have and what features stand out? Why did you pick that one? Thanks. edit: Based on an iTunes search of 'remote desktop' I added a poll of the programs that I believe do not use a 3rd party client (like VNC) with the exception of LogMeIn considering its been mentioned a number of times already. edit2: well Mocha's RDP is up, effective Apr 20 .