So I have been using Dropbox a lot lately and found a neat little trick with the Dropbox app for the iPhone. I looked around and didn't see it mentioned so I thought I'd let people know. I use my Dropbox account on my iMac to host some files like .debs that I develop and sometimes need to get them on my phone. Since ALL files show up on the iPhone app, not just ones that are viewable, you can still touch any file, in my case a .deb, and let it load. You'll see your phone downloading and then it will say "Unable to View File". That's fine. Your phone already downloaded it. Hit the star button to Favorite the file. This will keep it stored on your phone. Next you need to find the file. I use iFile (just the free trial version) to access the files. Open iFile and go to /var/mobile/Applications/ and look for the iFile folder. In the iFile app folder continue on to /var/mobile/Applications/[iFile]/Library/Caches/CachedFiles/ and then hit the little bookmark button on the bottom of the screen to bookmark this location as your "Dropbox Files". You're all set! Not whenever you want to sync your files to your iPhone just open up dropbox and make sure that you have all files updated or favorite your new files. Then go to iFile and go to your Dropbox Files bookmark and there they are! This is only a ONE WAY sync though. So you can't update files FROM the iPhone to Dropbox yet. I have been working on a solution for uploading files from the iPhone but I am running into some Applescript issues. If anyone wants to help me out with that just comment and I'll let you know where I'm at with it.