I'm starting to get the hang of how to get things done on this iPad thingy. l now accept that where once I would have used a single program, the iPad world requires a certain amount of job-sharing among apps. So, I do my downloading and collecting with Dropbox, my file copying and renaming in GoodReader, my creating and annotating in NTHD and Noterize (and maybe Notes Plus) and finally, my archiving and uploading back to Dropbox with iFiles. It seems convoluted, but it's not that slow when you develop a rhythm. So, the apps I need to do what I want to do are: Dropbox, Goodreader, Note Taker HD, Noterize and iFiles. (This may change as apps evolve). So. how I'm on a mission to cut out unnecessary apps. I don't mean to delete them from the iPad; just delete them from my mind, cut them out of my workflow. First up, iBooks. Could Someone tell me why I need iBooks when I've got GoodReader?