Aperture 3 and iPad 1

I am using Aperture 3 on Lion and an iPad 1 connected via the latest version of iTunes.
The issue I am having is that individual photos out of my projects will not sync onto my iPad.
I have generated previews of different sizes, I have repaired the media library, yet none of it works. 99% of the time it is the title photo of the project, that is missing and instead the first photo in the project shows as title photo in the iPad. There are also other images missing. It seems to be completely random which it will exclude but that are persistantly the same ones.
Any and all help would be highly appreciated!

Here is my work around:
In Aperture, I created a smart album that picks up video clips only from my camera (iPhone video seems to transfer fine).  I then export masters of my video to my desktop. Using QuickTime, I share my clips with iTunes.  Then all my clips are accessable on my iTunes, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. It's time consuming, but works.

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