What's the trick here? Do we need to have some particular iCloud service enabled? I may not have been patient enough. I sat at my desk with my iPhone, iPad and 2013 MBP. I tried to pair with my iPad, but it didn't give me the pairing screen automagically. I gave up and paired with my iPhone (really easy) and then tried to find them on my other devices and couldn't. I forced pairing with my iPad, which seemed to work, but then had to rename them to match the name on my phone. That left me wondering if I'd done something wrong so I decided to start over. Still couldn't find them on my Mac. I "forgot" the device on my iPad and my iPhone. Now when I tried to re-pair my phone specifically referred to them as "Not Your Airpods" and made me hold the button on the case to pair. That was a little unnerving. I kind of felt like they were holding a grudge or something... Then had to hold the button to re-pair with my iPad, and again to see them on my MBP. It's possible that there's a firewall issue with the MBP-- I don't get iCloud email, but I do get iMessages so I'm not sure which services are blocked and which aren't. They seem to be working, though it takes some manual switching to get from one device to the next and the iPad doesn't always show them as an option. I think most of this is a result of impatience on my part, and overeagerly fumbling around. Mostly trying to figure out how to start over and "do it right".