So today I got my backordered Camera Connection Kit for my iPad and plugged it in with my phone's micro SD card right away to see it work. Well, the first thing that came up was a pop-up telling me that the USB accessory was unsupported. The iPad Camera Connection Kit isn't supported by the iPad. This was my first big WTF. But wait; it gets better. After disconnecting and reconnecting several times only to get the same incompatibility message every time, I connected the iPad to my computer for a quick sync. During the sync, my iPad suddenly rebooted. Then it came back and started syncing again. And then guess what: It rebooted. Fantastic. It went throught this reboot / partial sync / reboot / partial sync / reboot pattern for a while before I disconnected it and left to work. When I got back, I picked up my iPad to reproduce the incompatibility so I could take a picture. This is the best part. As I'm about to plug in the adapter (so it's obviously not plugged into the computer anymore) the iPad reboots. So thanks to an Apple branded, iPad certified accessory, my iPad has now become a useless auto-rebooting annoyance. Thanks to this, my iPad is now restoring to 3.2.1. This is just a fair warning to iPad users out there who haven't yet used this accessory. It doesn't happen to everybody, but it happened to me. ------------------double post merged------------------Please Register or Log in to view images Here's a screenshot to show the not supported dialog. I just finished restoring and it still doesn't work. I tried with both the SD reader and the USB reader. Neither is compatible. EDIT: The above screenshot was taken after the restore, on firmware 3.2.1. Different firmware, not jailbroken, still has the same problem.