..when on the iPad there's native access to more than just your iTunes music and 64 GB worth of storage space native Flash support USB support multiple user-support enhanced app/folder security more native iPad-other device support when on same network and so on This isn't meant to be a troll post at all, but when Steve said that computers are "just another device", that's like saying a Porsche is now just another automobile (note, this is not me saying Macs are the Porsche of computers). When, until most of the above and others are capable of being completed on an iPad, I will always see the iPad as complementary device rather than a full substitute. I know the emphasis has been put on demoting the laptop rather than promoting the iPad, but there are still many functions that the laptop serves and serves well that the iPad can't do (yet). So to me, the laptop and ext. HD will always be my "hub", unless Apple gives me 1 TB of free storage space and limitless sharing capabilities.