I need help deciding if an iPad would benefit me based on my usage. I have just locked in the unlimited data plan on Verizon and will be getting the iPhone 5 when it comes out. As of now, my only device would be the iPhone. No computer. I have been looking at the new Airs that are coming next month, but I'm afraid the cost of one would set me back too much ... and I also don't think I need a full featured computer at this point. Although, it would be nice for easy typing in the coffee shop and the like. Right now, I'm not traveling place to place everyday and using my devices in public places or transporting them ... but I'm moving in the winter to an urban city and I will be. So I'm thinking for the future, and now sort of. I usually just go to Starbucks and Barnes & Noble every now and then at this point. I'm confident the iPhone will do everything I want to throw at it. I don't do much. Most of the time I'm on the computer I'm mainly surfing or using a few applications. My usage, I'm a screenwriter so I do a lot of writing. Most of my work is already done, but I think the iPhone would be fine for light edits or even heavy typing. I've used an iPhone before and found the keyboard really easy to type on. I'm also a heavy video watcher. I would most certainly fill my iPhone up with plenty of movies/TV shows. What size would you recommend for the iPad? I will get a 64GB iPhone if they offer one, if not then 32. I was thinking 16 for the iPad, unless I really should get the 64 and put lots of video on there. I was thinking WiFi only, since most places have WiFi and I will have unlimited data on the phone. What do you recommend? Do you see no reason for me to get an iPad and just use the iPhone for my first 6-7 months or so? So basically, on the iPhone I would be doing internet, Hulu, some writing, video, and plenty of apps, etc. Yup, I'd be a heavy user. I'm thinking it isn't necessary, but even though I'm comfortable with the size of the iPhone ... the iPad could be a luxury when sitting down at places or even in my own home. Just browse the web on the big screen and move from activity to activity, and do the rest of the things on the phone. I'm not sure what the benefits are in the iPhone and iPad interacting with each other, but I was also looking at the HP TouchPad. I love webOS, but it doesn't have the apps I need. And I don't require to be able to do those things on the tablet, just the phone would be okay. But then I'm not sure how owning two different company products would work. I like to keep things simplified, but I'd also be using the two devices for different purposes. It's not like I do a whole lot of e-mailing or business stuff, so syncing isn't a big deal here. Thanks! Sorry if it is a bit long.