I've checked, and checked, and checked again, and I'm sure I'm not mistaken. The feature I most wanted from Apple's new iCloud service was Photostream, where as I take a picture on my iPhone, and it's instantly uploaded to iCloud, where my laptop will download it. Never need to sync/download from phone again- awesome. However, there seems to be a completely stupid deal-breaking error in their logic, because obviously we all take silly photos now and then that we don't want to keep, and here's where it gets great- you can't delete anything from the photostream. You can copy your photos out of the stream and file them away in albums, but you can't delete them from the cloud. The only way to do it is to either wait for 30-days for the photos to drop off of the cloud, or to turn off Photostream on all your devices and reset the stream from iCloud.com So who the hell thought that was a good idea? Additionally, because Photostream is separate to the Camera Roll album, if I could delete photos from the stream on my laptop, they wouldn't be removed from the phone's camera roll. So I've either got to delete them one by one on the phone because there's no multiple select, or I've got to sync with iPhoto so it prompts me to delete imported photos. Isn't that exactly what Photostream was supposed to replace? Not usually one to bitch about a new free service, but I really think these are two clear design faults in a service that should've been perfect, given that it was supposed to replace the very hastily built MobileMe service.