I finally got around to buying Pages for my iPhone (finally found a legitimate use for it). This made me decide to attempt to setup the document sync for iCloud. Now, I've been using Dropbox for years, and I have still very satisfied. It took me a long time to figure out how exactly to access the documents on my MBP. I tried looking in many places in Finder. I tried looking for a special "repository" in Pages. I tried many things. When I finally found it, I was very upset. I feel Apple skimped us on this end of iCloud. It should either sync to your documents folder (much like dropbox), or a "repository" within each iWork program would at least be functional as long as you have internet access. I might as well be plugging the iPhone to my MBP with a cable in the time it takes (from the start) to open Safari, go to iCloud, and then DRAG the file I just updated back to the iCloud server. It is very beautiful on the iOS. And I suppose that this small detail explains it all. Apple would love to eliminate OSX altogether and have a bunch of tablets and I suppose touchscreen iMacs. Does anyone else feel they skimped us? Perhaps I am missing something!?!?