If you've had an iPad for very long, you probably have GoodReader ... and for good reason ... it does a lot of things, and does them well. The UI is not very organized in my opinion, but, one gets used to it very quickly. However, there seems to be a new kid on the block, and seems to be maturing quite nicely: iFiles. Grant it, I've only had this app for a few days now, but I find the UI much nicer! And it seems to be doing everything that GoodReader does with no problems at all. One thing I really like, is that you can customize the appearance of files with a background color ... kind of like color-coding the files, just a nice extra organize thing. I would love to invest the time in a side by side comparison of these two wonderful apps, they are both so much more than mere file managers in that they can view and edit tons of formats, and can access sources like DropBox, etc ... but my life is busy busy busy these days, too busy to sit down and research the exact differences in them. So ... I wanted to start this thread, to see if the community wouldn't mind making a comment here and there to collect comparison points between the two. If you contribute comparison tidbits, may I say in advance, "Thanks" ... I look forward to following this thread.