Right now with sake pricing there's a $50 price difference between the two sizes $85 if you have to go through Apple for financing but likely they will discount the oencil and keyboard 10% also to compensate.. The ambient light sensors changing screen temperature won't be turned on for photo editing and for video so not sure it's going to matter. That's about 80% or more of my iPad usage. The rest is web searching. I don't take the iPad out of the house so portability isn't an issue. I do transfer photos from a dslr via usb so the faster speed maters. I do watch a ton of video so the bigger screen size may be good. I wish I Could do YouTube video making on the iPad but I can't find any way to do it importing video from external Camera is possible but iMovie seems so limited. No multi camera - no sound syncing for multi camera. And the default templates and stuff. Compared to the cyber link stuff I use on surface it's not good. Maybe there's a better software YouTube videographers are using I don't know about ? I do own a surface pro 3 though running all the desktop photo editing software (not well) that does a lot of video (not TiVo steaming) and hatband the bigger screen The new iPad is an air 2 replacement an some of the main focuses is drawing for me. Well Learning to. I'm all photography right now and want to learn other visual media disciplines. I'd like to sell the surface and get a desktop Mac. Then use Astro to convert the iPad to drawing tablet for Photoshop and Lightroom. Also it seems it would work well as a general Remote Desktop. The upgrade for me. - I'd like the pencil. Better speakers. And yah I prefer the big screen for video. I have an iPhone 6s Plus that I end up ding a lot of my lookups on. For cameras I have a 5d2. Rx1. And rx100 for shooting video. Though the convenience of the iPhone is hard to beat. So I wonder if I'd use the iPad for Multi cam Stuff. If I don't edit on the iPad for video then the answer is probably no. Right now my thought is go get a 13" and see. See if the screen satisfies me for color fidelity and temperature. But honestly until I sell the surface if I do thenipad is a big media device and sketch pad. And either pro is very expensive for that. I stream Music and automobile tommy house via Amazon echo or Bluetooth hooked up to the stereo. The current iPad screen is ok. The sound is abysmal. Sensibly I'd just connect my turtle beach headphones and move it closer to my face. But since when have any of us here been sensible. So what do You think? And have you bought a 13" iPad despite the announcement ? I really should test filter storm / photo gene more with raw files and see if that works because aside fork that raw workflow on iPad absolutely sucks. I don't usually have issues deciding what to buy but this one has me back and forth. The little pro has a lot more tech inside it. But the bigger one is faster with better specs. And I use an eye fi and built in wifi on another camera for most of the video and image transfer. Edit One MORE thing. I don't find split screening good or useful on the 10 inch but I use it regularly on the 13" surface pro. So that's another reason I'd like the bigger size. I guess the question for me is would I shoot video with it. The screen temp change while nice for reading isn't a big deal when you prefer color accuracy. I use Live Photos all the time that's one thing.