Before I bought my iPhone 6, I exported *all* photos from my iPhone 5 to iPhoto on my Mac -- I wanted to start the iPhone 6 with a clean slate of photos. But when I turn on the "My Photo Stream" option for iCloud on the new phone, about 300 old pictures come down from SOMEWHERE onto the phone -- I don't want them. I want them purged. The iCloud web site USED to have an option to Reset your Photo Stream, which would delete everything in the cloud (and also from your devices which were on the Photo Stream). This option no longer appears to be available and I can't for the life of me figure out how to eliminate them for good. Does anyone know the answer to this? Or is this yet another Apple design flaw/massive oversight?