Hey everyone. I'm a contractor, and I had a question about the Apple Pencil. I want to do two separate things: 1. I want to mark up maps. My business is such that I can drive down the street and see if I want to work on a particular house or not. I send flyers to those houses I've already decided I'd work on and if they decide to respond to the ad and use my services, I know it's not a house I want to avoid. I want to have an easy way to notate whether or not I've driven down a street, as I am driving all over every surrounding town. Currently I am capturing addresses with Ulysses and then just remembering where I drove. My memory will soon get confused with where I drove, and I want to use the amazing technology we have to help me! Is there any mapping service compatible with Apple Pencil? It doesn't have to be too fancy, but I would like to be able to keep track of this. I'm not interested in capturing PDFs of the maps and then marking them up, as I plan to be doing this for several surrounding towns, potentially several thousand streets. 2. I want to mark up PDFs (but in a certain fashion) I have a PDF estimate sheet I give to customers that has a grid on it, think graph paper occupying the middle 60% of a sheet of paper, with other text and graphics being the rest. The grid is always there, and I want to be able to draw thicker lines along the grid (different colors would be nice). I'd like to be able to draw lines that snap to the grid itself. I assume marking up a PDF itself would be easy, but I want to snap to the grid (or make it easy to do so). Thanks!