I'm pretty well aware of the limitations of iWork but I have a fondness for iWork for personal/home uses (I'd like to start using it for professional work too - legal drafting - but need to find some pleading paper templates, but that's not an iCloud issue). Anyhow. I have iWork '08. I have an iPad and an iPhone. After being a late adopter of the iPad, I am glued to it. I don't shower without it (OK, so maybe I'm exaggerating a little bit). There are certain documents that I want to be able to update anywhere, even the shower (again, I exaggerate). So should I go ahead and get Pages/Numbers for iOS? Do I need to update to iWork '09 or can I hold my breath until iWork '12 comes out? (Is iWork '12 coming out, or is it vaporware? We don't have many more days until iWork '11 is not to be). Can iOS and iCloud babysit MS Office documents the way that Pages seamlessly opens Word documents, or will I need to first convert them to iWork native formats? I know that this post could properly fit in probably a half dozen forums here, but... this seems like a good place to start since the end goal is to be able to access documents via iCloud on my 3G iPad 2 and iPhone from anywhere.