So today I encountered the one thing that is holding iPad back right now - getting large files on and off the device. I have some video footage that I wanted to attempt to edit in Luma Touch on my iPad, for a quick edit. Unfortunately, the import process ultimately would take longer than the act of doing the actual edit, and this is absolutely terrible. The video files are from a GH4, so 4K, and quite sizable, but only around 25GB total. I have them on a Samsung T3 SSD, so I attempt to plug that in with the USB camera connection kit. That is a no go, too much power. I go to my second option, SMB from a Mac. That is currently importing, as it has been for the last 2 hours. The Mac is hardwired with gigabit ethernet and my router is 802.11AC, so as fast as possible with the iPad, but still slow as molasses because of the required protocol. The fastest option seems to be putting them back onto an SD card and importing with the SD card reader, but the problem there is that now I will be adding 25GB of video onto my iCloud storage (pushing over 200GB and forcing me to upgrade to the 1TB plan), because there is no local only import and I have to go through photos. Given the "Pro" moniker now only means smart connector and no air gap, do you think the iPad Pro will get an actual USB port in 2018?