I followed the OS 4.0 presentation on a couple of sites. I saw some things I really liked, but I came away with a couple of huge disappointments. Printing... not a clue. It seems odd that they released their office apps with no way to print. Still scratching my head that. It's getting easier, though, as my hair is thinning. File system: My greatest wish and need. Based on what Steve said about the concept of a task manager today, I figure they feel the same way about exposing file management to the user. That's really fine with me, though. Just give me a conceptual "My Documents"-type of folder where I can copy files to/from, and open files from apps that choose to let the user make use of the common folder. I don't care how Apple actually implements it. It doesn't have to be like anything I've ever known as a file system. I just want a place on the device where I can: 1. Share documents among applications 2. Directly copy from/to other file stores (like an SD card or cloud storage) Regardless of what Steve may think, the concept of "files" still needs to be supported if we're going to use these devices to do office-oriented work and share it with our Macs and PCs. They can minimize support for it, but they should support it, and make it as easy as possible for the user -- in the Apple tradition. Now that the iPad is here, I wish Apple would move away from their paradigm of "this thing can't stand on its own -- it has to be tethered to a real computer". Let us transfer files and print just by interacting with a network or peripheral device -- no "mother ship" computer needed. Steve, dude, the iPad (and the iPhone) is a computer!