Hey guys so, I just bought this stylus and love it, by far the best stylus I've tried. I've read from other owners that it skips, in other works when you draw a line it breaks it and leaves a gap. I had this problem last night, infrequently but I'm crazy, anything that isn't perfect that I can try to perfect I will try to do, so I read up more about it. People were saying that they would contact Adonit and get a replacement disc which fixed the problem for awhile. I have a simpler solution. The reason for the skipping is because the disc magnet is disconnecting from the ball point shaft on the end. So I end that disconnection, I put a conductive thermal paste inside the swivel. It still works perfectly, have been doodling all day and haven't seen a single skip, and the disc isn't entirely floppy like it was without the grease. It's probably easier on the magnet to, iunno. Now I think this was genius...but I'm probably just a blithering idiot. I used a small amount of AS5 thermal grease which I've used in desktop and laptop builds. Now I know what you're going to say "Arctic Silver 5 doesn't conduct electricity!" Aha! Well the Arctic Silver 5's website says this: "Artic Silver 5 is formulated to conduct heat, not electricity. While safer than other copper or silver thermal greases, Arctic Silver 5 should be kept away from electric traces, pins and leads. While AS5 is not electrically conductive, it is slightly capitative and could potentially cause problems if it bridges two close proximity electrical paths." http://www.arcticsilver.com/as5.htm By this warning alone I felt this grease would be a perfect material. Silver is an incredible conductor if electricity and while the ball tip and the disc are in such close proximity I believed that the particles would make a successful bridge. Any way guys, this has worked for me, if you have this stylus and want to give it some new life.