As much as Jobs and co. want to continue to tout how iPads are the third tweener device it's becoming more and more apparent that users the world over consider it their primary device. As such, the affinity to pull out their respective Mac or PCs has diminished significantly. Therefore, the need for a dedicated, centralized file system - not a better processor, more RAM, nor pristine camera quality - should be at the very forefront when it comes to future iterations of the product, namely the iPad 3. Of course there are ways to get around this, but since there are many different interfaces and equally as many incompatible apps, there needs to be a My Docs type deal that can house all stored media and work with all apps. What are some reasons do you think why Apple hasn't included a file system up to now? Will they finally sucede that iPad is more than just a third device, and one that can replace the other two, without cannabilization of course?