I'm sure many of you are familiar with OnLive by now: games are streamed from hundreds of miles away at 30 frames per second at 720p resolution to you with a negligible lag and in-sync audio. Locally over the same wi-fi connection, a technology like this on the iPad at 1024x768 could feel very much as if you're running Mac OS or Windows on your iPad whereas typical VNC/remote desktop apps run at a very, very low framerate with noticeable lag and no audio. Have any remote desktop apps been able to match OnLive's performance? Running locaclly over wi-fi or a few miles away should yield even better results than OnLive. It's been proven that remote desktop apps could be a thousand times better. Has any app even come close? It'll be a breakthrough when an app does. Then you'll be able to practically do anything you can on a computer, including playing games.