i bought a 12.9'' 128gb LTE just over a month ago to compliment a 2012 Mac Mini that replaced my 2009 MBP. I was initially looking for the iPad mini 4 but was really blown away by the pro when using it in person at the Apple store. The pro is great for my workflow: managed my company's info channel via email, creating BD proposals and presentations, SLACK, and Numbers (wondering how Excel is) mostly. I also do a ton of browsing and i stream quite a bit media (I got rid of my ATV4 in favor of Airserver on my Mac )- I also use chrome remote desktop for tasks that cannot be done on iOS . I got T mobile's JUMP! service which offers 3 device 'upgrades' (or downgrades) per year. But I paid retail for the iPad ($1079+ tax)and later the pencil and keyboard - was bummed when they later offered the 256 for roughly the same price. Today, (on a whim) I bought a 128 GB LTE in mint condition (space grey, the color I initially wanted) for $700 cash. Original box, cables and charger - for less than half of what I paid. The bummer is that it doesn't have AppleCare+. I thought it was a good deal nonetheless and intended on selling it or gifting it to family. Now I do not know of a need for two 12.9'' iPads, so I wondering, do I: 1) downgrade my original 12.9" to the 9.7" 128 or 256gb via JUMP, allowing me to use my pencil and use it as a more mobile device? 2) Sell the space gray iPad Pro? Very interested to see what WWDC brings to the new Mac lineup w TB3. Does anyone else use two different size iPads? I have a 16gb Retina that I use primarily for streaming at home. It's too slow for anything really enjoyable outside of media playback - games, email and browsing are crippled on it.