Just upgraded to Mavericks. iBooks (The promise, not the reality) was a big reason I did. I see a lot of people are not loving it though and Im finding it a little annoying as well. I had a few questions I was hoping someone could help with. Where are iBooks books stored on a mac? Can I access them? Are they copied (duplicated) to that directory? Or referenced from where they are? Can they be moved once imported? Can the folder they were in previously be deleted? When I copied the files from the directory they were in, there were other file types (zip, tgz, rar, txt, and video files, plus folders with those in them). Did ibooks move those too? And did it look in those folders and move the relevant files, or just those on the top level of that folder? How do I sync them to an iPad, but also to an iPhone (Space is limited on the phone, but not the iPad. So I want it all on one, and a selection on the other. Is that possible with the new iBooks for mac? Once its synced, will ibooks on ios and mac talk to each other and remember what page Im on (Like they do between my ipad and iphone now? Any help would be awesome.