Here we go again - as a long time Wacom user, I was always afraid that pressing hard with the stylus would cause some damage either to the pen or to the surface I'm pressing against (Cintiq screen). Now, as I've fallen in love with the Pencil, that fear came again. With a few people on these forums claiming the nib of the Pencil is fragile, I'm going paranoid to the point where I'm thinking of ordering a spare Pencil just for backup. I think I use the Pencil quite normally - most of my strokes are really light, but I also tend to press a bit harder to get stronger lines. In fact, that's one of the things of the Pencil I like - the pressure curve. On a Wacom, I actually felt like there was less control of the pressure and I rarely went from 0 to 100% because it was, well, hard to do (you had to press really, really hard to get to full). I actually found myself pressing more lightly in order to apply less pressure to the nib - instead of working like I would regularly. So - what are your thoughts/experiences? Anyone worried about this? I know, I could always get a new one if I break this one, but in my country I would have to order one from the official reseller, which would mean it could be weeks before it arrived. Am I being paranoid here?