I love the iPad Pro. As an artist, it’s exactly what I’d been looking for. My only issue is that I found it frustrating that my wrist/palm was constantly resting halfway on the iPad and whatever surface I had it sitting on. It felt uncomfortable. That’s usually not an issue if you’re just drawing on a piece of paper, since it’s not a quarter of an inch thick! I also don’t have that issue when I use my Wacom Cintiq 22HD, since the screen is plenty big (no chance of hanging my hand off the side of it!) I bought a wooden lap desk for my iPP, which works pretty great. The problem is, it’s big and heavy and I can’t throw it in my back pack to travel with. I needed a different solution, but there wasn’t one to be found. So I made my own. I bought this Yoga pad from Amazon - YogaAccessories 1/4" Thick High-Density https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000PUFEYM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_jYd6BbWXPGEVV It’s the right thickness and density (I didn’t want something my hand would sink in to) - also, there’s enough material to make it two-ply, that way the iPad can sit flush with my wrist. I measured out the size I wanted, cut it out, and taped it together (I have a roll of expensive double sided tape that’s used to install signs and wraps, but I assume most double sided tape or glue would work just fine, too.) I originally made this for my 1st gen iPP. I made some minor tweaks to the left hand side of the pad to accommodate for the new iPP. --- Post Merged, Nov 11, 2018 --- AND if you're wondering, YES. The Apple Pencil DOES 'snap' to the iPad and charge WITH the grip on it! I was amazed!