Hi... Just finished watching the Surface 2 and Pro 2 presentation and found it very interesting. As before, I interest is focused on the Surface 2 and not Pro2. Now, if I understood Panos correctly, he mentioned two points - first when I buy the Surface 2, I get 200 GB of Skydrive free. That is easy enough to understand. He then said something else which I found intriguing. He said that with the Surface 2, saving directly to Skydrive is now a reality. So, two questions: (1) Am I understanding the second part of what Panos said correctly - that the default location to save files etc. on the Surface 2 is Skydrive (but which can be changed, if necessary)? And (2) if yes, then is that capability (defaulting to save on Skydrive) a function of the hardware or of the OS (i.e., Win RT8.1)? Why am I asking this? Well, on my Win 8 desktop machine, when I want to save files, I seem to almost always get the option to save on Skydrive. In fact, I could say that the save function defaults to Skydrive. But, of course, I can exercise the option to save elsewhere, I choose to do so. But that is not what happens when I try to save files on my Surface RT (which runs Win 8 RT as of now). In the latter instance, I have to deliberately choose to save on Skydrive - in other words, the default location to save is not Skydrive. Will this change when the official update to 8.1 takes place? Or, is this a function of the Surface 2 hardware? Optimally, I'd like to default to Skydrive - both on my desktop machine and my Surface RT (1st Gen) while having the flexibility to choose and alternate (local) location. Apologies if this appears a bit convoluted, but I hope the question I pose makes sense. If not, I'd be happy to clarify more. Thanks in advance.