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I have to point out that if you've only used iWork programs on the iPad and iPhone, you haven't yet actually used the "real" iWork programs.

Download the free trial. I think you'll find that they are extremely powerful under that pretty hood, though I would say that if you're a hardcore Excel type then Excel is probably the better choice over Numbers. The other two are WAY better than their MS counterparts IMO.
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