Hi... I have been reading about how MS is going to release Outlook RT. While this is very good news (for some), I wonder about a couple of things: First, as far as I can remember Outlook saves a PST file locally, which can become very bloated over time. Given the low storage volumes of the Surface devices, how would this work? Or, has MS changed how Outlook works and has scrapped the PST deal and has some other alternative. Secondly, now with Outlook RT, the Mail app (Modern UI) becomes somewhat redundant right? Like the situation with OneNote? Thinking about it, it seems to me that unless one really needs the functionality of Outlook RT, it would probably be better left alone for using it would involve continually switching between the Modern UI and the desktop interfaces. Or, am I getting this wrong? What would have made sense - at least according to me - is if MS would release a Modern UI version of Outlook for the RT and the Pro and progressively followed it up with Modern UI versions of the other parts of Office. But from what I have been reading that seems to be a monumental task in programming terms. Regardless, then what would you folks be doing? Would you be using Outlook RT (specifically for the RT owners - because the Pro owners have a big advantage in having the option of Office 365)?