The thing I don't fully understand about USB3 on the IQ/Credo is the physical connection itself.
Every USB3 device I have (CF card reader, external drives) has the "old" square connector on the PC end, but a newly designed connector on the device end. I believe that despite the connector being the same physical size on the PC end, it does actually have additional connections on the top.
What is the physical connection for USB3 inside the IQ/Credo? Is it the newly designed connector -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Connector_USB_3_IMGP6033_wp_.jpg
Because if it's not, I don't see how it could ever be implemented.
I should add that I've never even tried connecting my IQ180 to my PC via USB. I don't however recall seeing a USB3 lead in the packaging - pretty sure there's a USB2 lead in there, which would make no sense whatsoever. If you can connect the old USB2 lead to the IQ, then you sure as heck will never be able to connect a USB3 lead to it (unless of course it has two separate physical USB ports - one for 2, and one for 3, but that would make absolutely no sense from a design perspective).