Hi All, I have come across an odd problem whilst setting up my new iPad2 - I absolutely cannot find any mention of it on the internet which in turn makes it hard to believe it is in any way a common problem. Surely others would have noticed? The problem is that any file I create in Pages, Numbers or Keynotes at least doubles in size when I sync to my iPad and open it in iWork. Example: 20kb file in Pages on my Macbook. If I either uploaded via iCloud or sync'd with Dropbox arrives on my iPad (dropbox reports it as correct size, no info on Pages menu). As soon as the file is on the iPad (not even opened it at this point although it makes no difference if I do), it syncs with iCoud. At this point it turns into a 300kb file. If I download the file, it is now permanently bigger. The only way to reduce it back to normal is cut and paste into a new document and save it. However as soon as you load it back to iCloud the problem comes back. If the file is created on the iPad Pages, then it is immediately 300kb even if you only write 1 character. My guess is that a huge amount of meta-data is contained in the iPad version of Pages, which is then kept with the file for future syncing. This seems unacceptable and will hugely impact my storage requirements. But I can't believe no-one has noticed this since iCloud was released which make me doubt my own set-up. Please can someone test and let me know your results? Just create and save a file on your Mac and iCloud / Dropbox etc to your iPad. Once the file is in your Pages/Numbers/Keynote, let it sync and then check the file in on your www.iCloud.com iWork to see it's size. Thanks very much, any other advice gratefully received.