The iWork application seems to be a good app for the iPad. It is about productivity. ILife so far was about creativity (more Mac like). Their apps are totally absent of the iPad. I know, we at least got Photos, which is a basic viewer, but far away from any creative work. Weren't Apple products for creative people once? Looking closer at iPhoto: Ok, no chance all feature should be implemented, but some could be uses quite well with the techniques already on board. Face tagging (not detection), Place tagging, cropping, basic adjustments, album reorganization and so on. As a photographer I'd naturally like to have more, but this already would shift the iPad from "might buy" to "must have". iWeb: iWeb is a fantastic app for serious blogging (not crappy facebooking), it's GUI could be the same as pages, actually it looks as if it was designed for that. So, although it is heavy on the CPU, the pages app proves the principle. iDVD and so on: No idea, but some guys might come up with the wish to also have that included and it might be reasonable. Can't judge that myself. So, where the hell is/are the iLife app/s? Aren't there more out there that feel these apps to be annoyingly missing?