The first issues are available and I presume they will look great on an iPad at http://www.egmnow.com Right now it looks like they are using Flash, but here's a link to the article that says they will be making iPad versions of their digital mags: http://www.egmmediagroup.com/blog/page/270 Editor Steve Harris: "Now that Apple has finally unveiled the iPad, a piece of hardware that blew away pretty much everyone at launch, even more people will be sampling these new kinds of publications. And that's a great thing. As I mentioned in a Facebook post many weeks ago, we are now developing an iPad solution and hope to introduce it very soon. Before we show off what we've been working on, however, we want to make sure that the experience it delivers takes full advantage of the special things that only digital can do. Some publishers have done very nice jobs of repurposing their existing content into an iPad format, but I think many are missing an opportunity to change the way magazines communicate with readers at a more fundamental level. In my opinion, there are things about print that just don't translate well to digital (and vice-versa). It's part of the growing process that any new technology undergoes, I imagine, but the features we're creating for EGMi adhere to this approach (even more than what you've seen in the Lost issue). It's this experience that we're working hard to convey in our iPad edition. Stay tuned for more information -- we're hoping to reveal the first iteration of EGMi on the iPad very soon."