Hi there, I'm a recent owner of an iPad and one of the major features it lacks is the ability to manage photos. It is possible but it's very clunky. I know iOS 5 will bring some improvements in that area but I still think that Apple should bring an iPhoto solution to the iPad and thus complete the iLife suite for iOS (since iMovie and Garageband are already available on the platform). Importing photos with the camera connection kit is a great feature, although managing said photos afterwards is a real pain. If you edit a photo in a third party application, it doesn't save the changes on top of the preexisting photograph. It doesn't even save it in the preexisting "All Imports" folder. Instead, it saves it in the Camera Roll as a new photograph. This is a shame because the potential for the iPad being the greatest companion device for a photographer is there, it's just being limited by a software barrier. Anyone else feel the same? - Ams.