Since Apple is going all in on this PC-replacement product framing, I was interested to see how well the lightning to usb 3 camera adapter played with accessories. Obviously, this is for much more than just importing pictures from your camera. In Yahoo's review of the iPad Pro, there was some discussion of the capabilities of the accessory. https://www.yahoo.com/tech/ipad-pro-97-inch-review-a-dazzling-tablet-but-125142059.html As it turns out, a lot of useful USB devices don’t work except when the iPad is plugged into power. And here’s the weirder part: Some of them don’t work on the 9.7-inch iPad except when you’re using the larger 12.9-inch iPad’s wall adapter! I tried a bunch of different USB devices. I got some of them to work: Ethernet, a MIDI musical keyboard, a flash drive containing a DCIM (camera pictures) folder, and an Apple keyboard. But some required power, and some required the larger iPad’s power adapter. Curious as to whether anyone has played around with this thing. I'm assuming by the "larger" power adapter, he means the 12W, but maybe he means the newer 29W? Also, would be curious to know if this thing plays nicely with non-Apple alternatives, like a non-Apple USB to Ethernet adapter. USB hubs? If anyone has any success/failures, would like to know what seems to work, and what doesn't. Would be great if I could leave the PC at home when I go on trips, but don't have to worry about hotel internet (sometimes Ethernet is the only option), or how to put something on a usb stick when network transfer isn't possible (not sure there is software to do this—I use iKlips, which is great but expensive) or even use a nice mechanical keyboard at the office if I wanted to get a docking setup. So I'm hoping we can get a list of Works/Doesn't Work accessories & setups.