I have to say that I am thoroughly impressed with my new iPad Pro 9.7". I am upgrading from an iPad Air 2 which is a completely amazing machine in its own right to be honest. I got a 32GB Wifi this time, instead of 64GB + Cellular that I have with my iPad Air 2. I still have that iPad. And I have a 128GB iPhone 6S+. I have to say that this time, the accessories were incredibly expensive. The Pencil, Silicon Case and the Smart Keyboard ran a hefty chunk of money. They have perfected the art of accessories by this time selling the case in two different pieces. I was in awe when I realized that the Smart Keyboard didn't have a back. Anyhow, I do love the iPad Pro's Smart Keyboard accessories. In fact I am using this to type this. It works extraordinarily well, and in some ways it feels better than the Macbook's keyboard. I also really like the true tone display. That makes a huge difference. I'm not going to be taking much video or photos on here so I can't really comment on the camera. The responsiveness of the device is incredible. It's definitely speedy. Alright, enough rambling, time to get back to ipading But first quick question: I do not know how to draw whatsoever. I was looking on lynda.com and they have a foundations of drawing class but it uses *gasp* real world objects like pencils and stuff (LMAO just kidding). Are there any lessons of how to begin to start drawing with an iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil? TLDR; Love the iPad Pro. How can I start to learn how to draw with the Apple Pencil and the iPad Pro 9.7"