I'm a big fan of iWork on my desktop, but compatibility issues with the iPad versions are becoming tough to work around. I'm not a spreadsheet or presentation power user, and I fully expected some limitations on the iPad iWork software, but almost all of my desktop documents are broken in some way when I try to edit them on my iPad. I bought the iPad thinking I could use it to do some light work while traveling or just sitting in a coffee shop on the weekend, but I'm now finding myself in a position of needing a laptop when I thought my iPad would suffice. Some small compatibility issues I've found (in addition to others mentioned elsewhere) that seem just strange: - inability to hide rows/columns in Numbers for iPad - inability to have a page header/footer - lack of support for functions within Keynote tables On their own, these issues are just minor annoyances, but on a whole, it makes it tough for me to really make use of my iPad. If I still need to bring my laptop with me to work on fairly basic documents, then what do I need the iPad for? I realize there's a lot that needs to be reengineered for use with a touch-screen input device, but if the iPad is going to be a credible device for casual work, I hope that Apple is able to address the compatibility issues with the iPad and desktop versions of iWork.