Apple's iCloud is the company's third attempt at keeping Macs and iDevices in sync via the cloud. But does it really work any better than MobileMe or .Mac? We want to know your experiences with iCloud so far, and what you've done to make the service more tolerable if things haven't been working so well.
From my experience with iCloud over the last few months, I'd definitely argue it's an improvement. Sync seems to handle conflicts a bit better but I've still run into some issues. My contacts, for example, only show up when they feel like it. They're there, but they only show up consistently when iCloud is disabled.
This is one of a few fairly significant annoyances which I have not experienced with, say, Google's services (which is why I'll probably go back to using them for contact syncing again). As a result, I've started to wonder if iCloud is just another poor attempt at cloud services? Is Apple just doomed to keep creating crappy online services, or is my experience in the minority? Let's hear how iCloud has been working for you, and what you've done to improve the experience if it hasn't been so great.