Hi all, I could write this thread on a more generic forum, but I am putting it here because I would think Apple does a better job of this on its iCloud service. It is the eternal password complexity problem. It is not about whether a password is useful or not. Passwords are useful and should be secret, and a user should be able to remember them easily, and passwords should be set differently for each account, and changed every so often. I, like, most people have a routine to establish a personal, secret, easy to remember and dedicated password for my multiple accounts. Recently, I changed all my passwords as a good routine. Only here I discovered that iCloud had instigated a set of new rules that passwords need to match to be accepted. Conclusion, I had to enter a password outside of my routine. And you can guess it, I have pressed the iForgot Password button nearly every day since. Makes me regret my changing the password as a good security measure. So I can either write down the password (it is no longer secret), change my routine (lose the easy to remember), or use a password that I use elsewhere (no differentiation). Definitely once I successfully memorize this password, I will not change the password again,. I thought Apple cared about "normal" users and shunned imposing on them the complexities of IT. This applies to passwords as well.