One thing that would be a big deal for me would be the ability to directly access shared files on another computer's hard disk over the WiFi network. Technically, I don't see why this should not be possible--say, you're in Pages, and you want to open a document that's on your iMac. It would be a pain to have to either tether and sync, or else put the iPad down and go over and email or otherwise somehow transfer the data. I had hoped that one would simply go to the Document Manager and have direct access to shared network disks from there. I would rather not pre-load to the iPad the hundreds or thousands of work files I have stored on my iMac just on the off-chance I'll want to work on one on my iPad (and then deal with keeping them current). This becomes much more an issue when dealing with higher-capacity files, such as music, movies, and photos, where even 64 GB won't necessarily hold all you want to access. The only reason I can imagine Apple would not allow this is to force people to buy iPads with more built-in memory, in the same manner they started filling all RAM slots in Macs with smaller chips so as to make a 3rd-party RAM upgrade less affordable and so boost more expensive RAM sales directly from Apple on purchase. In short, a scam. I don't mind paying Apple's direct prices for quality hardware, but I positively hate it when they purposefully hobble functionality to drive customers to purchase more expensive options from them. Does anyone know if (a) the iPad actually can access shared disk folders remotely, (b) there is or possibly will be a workaround for this, or (c) jailbreaking would open this up. Frankly, I have no intention of jailbreaking but would do so in a second if it were the only way to open up this feature. Thanks.