Hi everyone, So, I've had trouble with my GoSmart 200 stylus breaking (twice, lasting around 4 months each), and while the customer service has been simply fantastic, I'm looking to upgrade to possibly an electronic fine-tip stylus. Currently, I'm eyeing the Wacom Fineline, and I was wondering if anyone had experience with it? There's a mix of positive and negative reviews on Amazon, and not many reviews online or many demos on youtube. What I'd like to know about is: -How does it work on the iPad Air 1 and 2? I have an iPad Air 1, but I'm likely upgrading when the iPad Air 3 comes out (I made the mistake of getting 16gb of storage and I'm really struggling through it), and my concern is, if I get the stylus that it won't be compatible with iPad versions after the Air 1. Wacom's website said that the Fineline (but not the Intuos Creative Stylus 2) is compatible with the Air 2 but isn't optimised. Anyone with first-hand experience? - How bad is the offset on unsupported apps (as a 'dumb' stylus) AND supported apps? GoodNotes 4 is my preferred note-taking app, and it supports the stylus, but some other apps I use (e.g. PDF Expert, sometimes Notability, Sketchbook Pro) do not. -How is the stylus with a screen protector on? I'm thinking of buying a 0.3mm tempered glass screen protector off eBay as my current screen protector needs replacing. -General feedback/impressions of the stylus? The other option I am considering is possibly getting the new Adonit Jot Pro and if I experience issues with skipping, switching the tip with a GoSmart one. Questions about that I had is: -Does the new (all-metal) Jot Pro have the same size tip as the old one? So would the GoSmart tip work? -Is the line off-centre? An issue I've had with my GoSmart is that there is some offset between the line and the centre of the tip which is annoying for accuracy, which is why I'm considering the adonit. -How does the new stylus compare to the older 2nd Gen Adonit Jot Pro? I'm also willing to consider other styluses, but I'm looking at Wacom's as it's cheaper than a lot of the other styluses (e.g. Adonit Jot Script & Touch) while being pressure sensitive (and it also has a shortcut button). Plus, it's Wacom. I considered styluses such as the Jot Script and Lynkec's Apex Rechargeable, but the former requires a battery (added ongoing expense), and the latter's tips wear down quickly, and there's no bluetooth support for the Apex. Additionally, neither are pressure sensitive. The Jot Touch pixelpoint meanwhile is out of my price range (up to ~$100AUD/$77 USD at most). Oh, and my major use for the stylus is handwriting/note-taking. I'll be grateful for any input/suggestions anyone can provide!