So are any of you guys concerned about the apple's latest attempt at the cloud services. What I'm saying is we've had email address @mac which was free, then mobileme, which was paid and they were (are?) pushing users away from @mac to @me. Now with icloud its conceivable but not verified that we'll be using @icloud instead of @me for an email address (I'm sure @me will work for the foreseeable future) I'm not worried about the technical aspect but apple's business strategy. Given how much work it is for people to change email addresses now a days, we have to trust that apple will continue the service and not change the email addr but we're facing a possible 3rd change. To be fair, I'm still on @mac.com but clearly apple was pushing us to the @me usage up until the iCloud service was unveiled. Since apple's track record for this stuff isn't great, I'm a little concerned about the long term viability of @icloud especially if it doesn't take off. They really marketed mobileme when it first came out and it failed to take off, at least it did not meet Jobs expectations. What happens if iCloud doesn't meet their expectations. Do we see a reboot in the service in a couple of years? Do we find ourselves with yet a new buzzword type email address to deal with?