Here the advertisement for OmniOutliner for the iPad, disguised as a review.
I have nothing against advocating a certain program. I do this myself. But I have problems with calling a piece of "advocacy" a "review." As I am interested in programs for the PC and the Mac (and own an iPad 2 now), I have many occasions to compare the discussion of different products on both platforms. The problem of confusing "reviewing" (which should include at least an attempt at objectivity) and "advocacy" seems much bigger when Mac products are concerned.
Mind you, this does not mean that I will not use OmniOutliner for the iPad, but the price is a bit prohibitive for an iPad application: $19.99 and there seems to be no Textexpander support. No DropBox support either.
1. Read the comments for some more critical voices.
2. The "review" points this out.