So I was watching the keynote, and as many of you I couldn't wait for october 12th, and I went for the iOS 5 GM. I have an iPad 2, iPhone 4 and iMac 27". To get it I had to download the iOS 5 GM (obviously), iTunes 10.7 beta 9 and Mac OS X 10.7.2 beta (11C73) for iCloud to work properly with my Mac. I also downloaded the iWork for iOS beta 4 to make iCloud work with those apps. So loads of beta-stuff in here for a guy who is NOT an Apple Developer. My question is, since I'm not a developer, and these beta versions are download through megaupload and such, will my software still get updated automatically? I meam, will I recieve a message that Mac OS X 10.7.2 is ready from software update? Will my iTunes be updated when the official version is out next week? And since I installed the iWork for iOS via megaupload and then drag and drop to iTunes then sync iOS devices, will they be upgraded? I actually didn't even pay for Numbers since I didn't have a older version from earlier. The horror scenario would be me losing all my valuable documents in a attempt to get out of my BETA versions. So, bottom line is: am I still a part of Apples automatic software upgrade programme even though I am using a lot of BETAs and I'm not a developer. Especially worried about iWork for iOS since I have so many documents there.