The iPad has been kicking around a few years now, and those of us who use them have become used to the operation of these "magical pieces of glass". So, particularly for those who have used them for several years, what habe been your defining momenta with the technology? Has the iPad changed the way you do things; made things possible that were impossible, or outrageously difficult? My wife asked me if I wanted an iPad. My answer was pretty simple. Why would I want a big phone that couldn't make phone calls? She bought me one anyway. Mine is a 16Gb cellular iPad 2. The fact that it's a cellular model became important, because with the cellular model, one also gets GPS. The iPad transformed the way I do my job. I've been driving trucks in many countries for over 30 years. The iPad gave me a way to find places in the Canadian oilfields, easily, quickly and safely. It was not so much lifechanging as lifesaving. Now, my days are spent on asphalt roads, so I don't need the iPad like I used to, but it has become the control center for my home theatre, and performs the task admirably. Certainly, it's a very expensive remote control, but it has paid for itself over and over. So over to the forum. What are your iPad memories?