Got ideas? I am a solo-professional, the principal in a small consulting practice operated from a separate office space in my home. The office is 100% (except for a lower-priced monitor and a %$#@&% Blackberry phone still under contract) and I want to make the most efficient use of iCloud. So far, the uses I've seen are mostly in the personal entertainment area - music and picture files. I've had my calendar on MobileMe for some time so the iCloud arrangement is actually a step backwards because I can no longer make my calendar available to clients through a web link. Carbonite and an external drive connected to my Airport Extreme handle back-ups. My email is provided through a 3rd party (although I maintain a .mac and .me account for junk). I'd like to automate the process of saving Documents to iCloud so they are available on my iPad, Macbook and any other device with web access. So far, I haven't seen this as a feature of iCloud. When writing a document on my iPad in a remote location, I'd like to be able to very simply save/upload it to iCloud for retrieval and editing on my Macbook when I'm back in the office. There are steps to doing this but as far as i can see they do not adhere to Apple's typical simplicity. This isn't a complaint or a rant - just curious about learning how others are making profitable use of the iCloud app. Thanks for your time.