Okay Guys - One thing I don't like about iCloud Drive is the Pages, Numbers, Preview, etc. folders. So what I've done is in the iCloud Drive root, I created a new folder called iCloud Files. I've then moved ALL my iCloud Drive files and folders to this new folder. In some cases I have folders nested 2 or 3 deep. I then made an alias for iCloud Files and put that alias in my Finder sidebar. So when I click on that sidebar item, I go directly to all of my iCloud Files and no longer see the Pages, Numbers, etc. folders. Seems to work great. I guess my question is will this method of organization sync over to my IOS 8 devices okay or are they going to require me to have everything in Pages, Numbers, etc. Also is there a limit to how deep I can have folders nested in IOS 8. Also, one more thing I've just noticed. When I update a file in Yosemite that is in iCloud Drive, there appears now a little cloud symbol in Finder next to that file. Remembering back to how iTunes Match works, that has meant the file hasn't update. Is that the case here and if so, I wonder if it is because how I have the files organized?