So I was all ready to backup my iPad 1 for the last time, and get ready to migrate everything over to my (as yet still in the box) iPad 2. Naturally, this was the precise moment that the dock connector on my iPad 1 decided to go on the fritz. Couldn't get it to charge via the power adapter, or be recognized by my computer to start syncing. Took the iPad over to the local Apple store, and to my surprise they presented me with a brand new 64GB, 3G, 1st Gen iPad (I was expecting they would just repair/replace the dock connector). Restoring from backup was almost perfect, except: I buy a lot of comic books on my iPad. All the various comic readers appear not to back up purchased content, but rather just keep track of that which has been purchased. Took me over a day (!) to redownload content purchased via the DC Comics/Marvel/Comixology apps (all more or less the same thing), but at least I got it all. On the other hand, the content purchased via the iVerse apps (Comics+ app and the Archie Comics app) seems to be unrecoverable. So far I've been getting a runaround from the people at iVerse Media. They insist that I can redownload the content--whenever I attempt to do that, the damn thing tries to charge me again. Also annoying (although much less so) my iBooks all restored fine--but I had downloaded a fair amount of samples, and those just disappeared when I opened the iBooks app for the first time. Anyone have any experience with either of these? Help with the comics stuff in particular would be really handy right now. They're not going to get me to pay twice for the same thing.