I'm a Windows / Android person. So my iPad Mini 2 is a neat device, looks nice and I got it on sale... But the part that I love about it that I personally can't stand about it is that on my Android devices I can drag and drop anything and not worry about apps being used to open and close. Connect the device, drag a folder of PDFs I just saved for later reading onto the device memory (or even an SD card or a removable SD card with USB to go) and I can enjoy. With the iPad, everything seems to involve iTunes or needing to use some app on iOS specifically to transport my stuff. So that means I have to find one single PDF reader first that does the best job on PDF type A (docs I've made.) Then I need to find another PDF reader that might be better to read for type B (books, professionally formatted.) Then I need to make sure I have apps for MS Office documents. And then I need to use these apps specifically to transfer the docs so that each app (and only that app) will have access to that doc? While this might work well for licensing copy protected music and videos, I find it obtrusive beyond belief for common actions I perform every day. I knew some of this before getting the device but I needed it for testing and there was a great deal on one with a wireless SIM. How have people using the iPad for work made this process manageable so it isn't such a chore? I know that other people must be using these devices in a way that this can be manageable... or at least less difficult than it seems to me right now. Thanks for your suggestions in advance!