Hey all, So I have tried a few remote desktop solutions for my iPhone, and I've liked some (some perform better than others, and some are on more platforms than others. My current favorite is teamviewer, because it's free and works great, plus it has a Linux app!) However it seems like all of them require dragging a cursor OR dragging a screen around a centralized cursor, tapping again to "click" This is not very intuitive. It would be great if it worked like plugging a touch screen into a Windows machine worked, where you simply tap on whatever (say the start button) and the cursor jumps to that position and "clicks". Is there such a beast? Performance is nice but not a deal breaker, if it's laggy it's okay. The main uses are for proprietary apps for Windows / Ubuntu, that there is no decent alternative for on iOS, nothing graphically intensive however. It would also be awesome to use Photoshop and Lightroom on my iOS device, but dragging the cursor to something is too much of a pain to be productive. Also, and I'm probably asking for too much, but if it allowed me to send files TO the server? For example, using the camera connection kit, to snap photos with my DSLR, pop the card in, send them to my PC at home and even pull them up in lightroom for minor editing and tweaking? It's not a replacement for working from the PC, but when I've got downtime it seems like a good use of it. -John EDIT: I should mention Linux isn't a dealbreaker, that would just be for doing stuff that can wait until I get home anyway. If it's compatible with Windows 7 is will do 95% of what I want it to do.