Since Apple has billions upon billions of cash in the bank, yet can't seem to update any of their desktop software on my iMac with new features & benefits since 2009, I've decided to stop using all of my Apple software. I've concluded Apple has abandoned desktop development of software and any "features" that come up will be iOS related (ie. Mountain Lion). Therefore: 1) Aperture 3 has been dropped for Lightroom 4. 2) iWork has been replaced by Google Docs for "light" documents and Office for the heavier stuff, especially Excel. 3) iCloud will continue to be used to backup my iDevices. Dropbox is where it's MUCH easier to get data/documents/photos to and from people. Photostream is a joke. 4) I've replaced many iOS apps with apps that are more cross platform with Windows and Android (ie. Evernote) 5) Now that Dropbox can make Photo albums and make them shareable, iPhoto is in the process of being let go. And guess what, the albums I create on the phone, are auto created on the desktop. Something Apple just can't seem to do. 6) Mail and iCal and Contacts have been replaced and moved to Google.