I wanted to get some feedback from people regarding the 10.5" iPad Pro's on-screen keyboard. I typically carry my Pro around with the Apple Smart Keyboard Cover attached. I also own a standard Smart Cover that I have seldom used up until lately. I have a work issued Macbook Air that I use during the day, but for personal stuff and after hours work stuff, I use my iPad Pro exclusively. My iPad Pro and iPhone X are my main computers for the most part. So lately I've been thinking a little bit about how I USUALLY use my iPad Pro. I really love the Apple Smart Keyboard as far as how it feels and conveniently folds up and acts as a cover too. BUT, it makes the overall setup heavier and a little clunkier (just as any other Bluetooth keyboard cover would), and I've found that whether I'm out and about or just sitting around the house using my iPad, I often just switch over to the on-screen keyboard when I need to type something. The 10.5" iPad Pro is the first model of iPad where I've felt like I can comfortably type on the screen similar to how I type on a normal keyboard. I would always want to use the ASK for more long form typing, but for quickly sending out a tweet or e mail, or even posts like this one, the on-screen keyboard usually does the job just fine and allows me to get back to what I was doing quicker. I kind of miss the days of that nice thin overall package of just iPad + Smart Cover (and some kind of thin back cover), so I've been experimenting with that setup for the last few days. Have any of you been successful in mostly ditching the ASK for the on-screen keyboard? I feel like I'm getting much better at it after a couple of days of practice.