IVan-I went to the Get to Know your Ipad this morning session at the Apple Store. The clerk didnt know the answer to your question. She suggested Mobile Me. She said she bought a 16gb and is strong all of her photos on MobileMe allowing her to view them from the ipad without taking up precious on the Ipad. She is also putting other memory intense items like Movies on her MobileMe account. The MobileMe apps in the store have not been updated to take advantage of the Ipad screen. She said she thinks they are working on making Ipad versions of the MobileMe Gallery and the Idisk application.
To access the Idisk you need to download the idisk application.
She also suggested the GoodReader as working well with MobileMe-she was pushing that pretty hard.
I do not have an Ipod Touch or an Iphone so this is my first exposure to the Iphone OS-I didnt know how to take a screenshot. That was about the only real thing I learned. The store was loud, and it amazes me how people walk right up to a group of people obviously in a "session" and are incredibly rude. The Imac class I took when I bought my mac was in the rear of the store and that worked out very well.
I downloaded Evernote for my Ipad and my Imac-they sync over WiFi, so that is pretty cool.
There is not an easy way to "save" directions for later use in the Maps App. You should be able to save the directions so if you want to open your ipad on the road you have access to your directions. The clerk said to take a screenshot-that only snaps the section visible on the screen you would have to take at least 2 shots to capture the entire list of directions. I am glad I went, now I can honestly say most of my tips and tricks have come from the forum.
I showed everyone the forum-the clerk thought it was a "rumor" web site, I went into a couple of different sections to show each of them what they could learn.