Hello everyone, I wanted to share my experience for those on the fence about updating from the iPad Air 2 to the 9.7" iPad Pro. I'll begin by going over some of the most noticeable improvements out of the box. First, the screen. The iPad Pro's screen with the ambient light sensing is phenomenal. The color correction makes an incredible amount of difference while reading, and there is almost no glare when reading in lit rooms. Second, the stero speakers. I've been using my iPad to watch movies and TV for the past couple of weeks and there is a night and day difference between the sound quality of the iPad Air 2 vs the iPad Pro. I have a late 2012 15" MBP and the iPad Pro honestly blows its sound out of the water. Third is the speed. This is especially apparent when multitasking, which actually is a usable and interesting feature now. I've particularly been taking advantage of this by having Evernote open along with safari or another application. This allows you to copy and paste images, text, and links directly into Evernote. Additionally, game experience is greatly improved. Features that are vastly improved that I use much less frequently are the cameras. The new camera is well suited for document scanning, which is likely to be my primary use for it. The front facing camera is fantastic for FaceTime calls, which I plan on taking advantage of regularly. Lastly, the Pencil. I've been waiting for a feature like this for a very long time. The ability to highlight and annotate while I read is a game changer for me. Additionally, doing quick UI sketches and flow charts is incredibly on the iPad Pro. Handwriting seems very natural and is perfect for mathematics or handwritten notes. There has been one major frustration that I'm sure many of you have faced, but I was very irritated that my iPad Air 2 Smart Cover didn't work with the iPad Pro. The cover was a purchase that I didn't intend on having to make as part of the upgrade. Finally, I would consider the storage space in your decision. Going from a 64gb air to a 32gb pro will likely be a little jarring, and I believe you would quickly find yourself running low on storage space as you install a suite of capable apps and graphic heavy games. This would like change based on your use case scenario, but is definitely worth the consideration. I bit the bullet and went with 128gb and have been happy with that choice so far. As an example of the storage, I have little more installed than iWork, Office, and a few games and have already reached 40gb used.