A very interesting discussion on how the iPad will share files: http://www.roughlydrafted.com/2010/01/29/apple-reinventing-file-access-wireless-sharing-for-ipad/ It's not clear to me from this if sharing documents across apps will be allowed. I would assume that within iWork, one could share elements of files (via cut/paste if nothing else), or full files, so a Keynote presentation can include something from Numbers... but that's not clear. In in the intro video, I saw an image of a giraffe being moved around inside a Pages document. So, where did the giraffe come from? Where was it created? and how does one paste that in? I'm just trying to understand how much of the "start-to-finish" of a document you can do with "just the iPad", vs. needing a traditional computer. Along those lines, would it be possible to some more more advanced formatting of e-mails (i.e. html elements, multiple inline images, etc.) on the iPad? or just text? Maybe you could format something in pages, then e-mail it as an html e-mail? Anyone have some additional insights to provide on these lines?