For whatever reason, iCloud just isn't working for me. Can I set up calendar, notes, contacts, and messaging to automatically sync over the same wireless connection (bluetooth/wifi) if I turn off iCloud? Thanks for any info. My confusion with iCloud at this point is that - from what the Apple rep told me when I called in about it - iCloud storage becomes the "master" of my info. If I delete from iCloud, the info is deleted from ALL of my connected devices. I don't care for that "relationship" whatsoever. It's fine for syncing - but when I try to disconnect apps from iCloud, Apple seems to be indirectly threatening me for doing it - paraphrasing "Are you certain you wish to remove all [contacts, photos, whatever] from ALL devices you f'd up and connected to your new master iCloud?" I'll certainly NEVER share photos with it again - as using the iCloud.com interface to "reclaim" the photos Apple was threatening to delete due to my "insubordination" did not seem the least bit cool. I'm also very wary of the next round of OS's if the data I create continues to become ever more "ruled" by master iCloud. Not having it. I sincerely hope that the rep was wrong and that I'm wrong about all of this. But for now, just wish to get off iCloud as much as possible and stay off it.