So after listening the keynote (and being shocked by the sudden 256GB iPad Pro 12.9" option), my initial reaction was extreme annoyance at Apple. I've calmed down a little, and doing a little research reveals that this is not without precedence. According to wikipedia, Apple launched the iPad 4 in Sep 2012 and revealed a 128GB option in Feb 2013 - essentially the same 4-month timeframe that's now happening with the 12.9" iPad Pro. It doesn't make it any less annoying though, but for early adopters, it's an unfortunate reality we have to accept. I'd definitely have preferred a 256GB option from the start - I've found some great apps for various RAW photo / 4K video editing on the iPad Pro, and I really could use the extra space. If you don't absolutely need it, however, I think we should all wait for the 12.9" iPad Pro 2. The current iPad Pro doesn't have the true-tone display or the upgraded camera module that the 9.7" iPad Pro does. It really doesn't seem like a good buy if you already have the 128GB model, and even if you still want it, it's probably better to wait until better deals come along for its high price. What's certain is that the 128GB Cellular 12.9" iPad Pro currently has terrible resale value.