I shot a wedding today. Imported the photos onto the iPad using the camera connection kit just so I could take a peek at them on the spot. Got home, plugged the iPad into my Macbook. I have iTunes set to sync my photos to a specific folder on my desktop; not with iPhoto. I figured the iPad would dump the imported RAW files to my sync folder. It didn't. That was actually ok with me because I wanted to import them into Lightroom directly from the SD card anyhow. What I really wanted to do is preview the RAWs on the iPad and delete them. The only way I could find to delete them directly on the iPad was manually tapping them in the delete dialog, one by one. Not very practical for 200+ photos. Then I tried to delete them via iPhoto on my Macbook. I could see the thumbnails in the import window, but found no option to delete them from the iPad without syncing them to iPhoto first. Dumb. Finally, I was able to delete them by opening Image Capture, using the delete button (duh?). Am I missing something, or is this a really dumb system for a serious photographer? Why on earth shouldn't I be able to select a range of photos, or all them, for deletion, either directly on the iPad, or at the very least in iTunes or iPhoto?