Hey all, Just a positive post. I was a freshman in college when the first iPad came out. Grabbed it and was amazed at the technology and the potential that, one day, somebody might be able to use a device like this as a primary device in school. Fast forward a few years later, and I’m working on degree 2.0. Got the 12.9 iPad Pro a few years ago and it easily became my favorite Apple device. The quad-speakers, the true 10-hour battery life, that big 13 inch screen, but also that thinness, it made so many activities a luxury experience. I’d been using it every week for almost 3 years, at the very least, just to listen to music. I began to study for a final last week. Normally, I had just been using pencil and paper, because I thought that would make me go faster. This time, I switched to the iPad. Already had the Apple Pencil. I was able to cover so much ground and do it quicker and much more organized, I was blown away. The fact that you can have your textbook on the iPad, then screenshot long questions into a digital notebook app, do what you need to do, then open up a calculator app that will allow you to write tedious calculations into it and compute things for you (without ever having to put down the pencil to type things into a calculator), and then you’re back to the notebook and onto the next one. Then, reviewing the notes afterwards, everything is so colorful and easy to read. The productivity I experienced on the device was so seamless and composed. It’s like the honeymoon started all over again, and it makes me wonder what else I’m missing. With that, I must ask, what are your favorite use-cases?