Well, after two months of waiting my HyperDrive USB-C for iPad Pro arrived today. The only nice thing I can say about it is that it looks great. The fit and finish match the iPad in quality almost exactly. Sadly, the same can’t be said for the product. It won’t charge using pass-through and the included 18w iPad charger. Even when using a higher wattage charger, it will give power but just barely. It basically keeps the iPad Pro battery from draining but does not charge it. Additionally, it doesn’t allow for hot-swapping. Any time you want to switch devices, you need to unplug the whole hub, reconnect it, then plug in your new device. Granted, Sanho has claimed to fix both of these issues via a firmware update...the only problem is it requires a Windows PC with USB-C, which I don’t own and I don’t know anyone else that does either. This is a product clearly aimed at iOS devices...why would the app to update firmware be Windows only? But all of that can be fixed with time. The most troubling part of the HyperDrive is that other backers on KickStarter are reporting that the hub has damaged the charger on their iPad Pro, causing it to short and not receive a charge from *any* chargers, through the hub or otherwise. I simply can’t risk damaging my $1,000 tablet with a poorly made USB-C hub. I wanted to leave this little mini-review here for anyone else who’s been considering one. Buyer beware! All the coverage on 9to5Mac, etc. for this thing has been really positive so far, and it’s bothersome that no publications have reported on these issues. I would not have bought it if it weren’t for the glowing 9to5Mac review.