After doing a lot of reading about whether it was the a good solution for my needs, I decided to take the plunge and I've been setting up 1Password. Getting it set up and synced on both my computers and Android phone took awhile but so far I've been quite pleased. That is, until I went to set it up for iPad and found that in order to simply read my generated passwords in the same fashion as the free Android app I was going to have to spend more money. I tried accessing them though dropbox and 1PasswordAnywhere, but that didn't work on iPad (which is understandable). I ended up pasting the few main passwords I wanted to get over to iPad into a google doc then deleting them; which felt kind of silly, but the best way I could think of.
So is it really the case that I'm going to have to buy 1Password again for iPad in order to access passwords there when I've already purchased the desktop version? I'm sure you guys have your reasons for things being the way they are -- and I appreciate all the complexity and difficulty syncing in particular bring up -- but if that really is the case then I think that the necessity of the extra purchase could have been made much clearer on your webpage. Even some small type saying "with additional purchase" would have made feel a lot less I got hit with a "gotcha."