I'm a Graduate Student as well as an Apple/Tech Enthusiast and I've been dying for a viable option to utilize e-textbooks. When I first saw the iPad Pro announced I wasn't overly sold on the idea of a bigger iPad, but I've been thinking about it since and it really could be the answer. My main problem with e-textbooks is they often require me to pan to see everything when I'm on a smaller screen. This isn't really great. I have an iPad mini right now, it doesn't get used too much anymore because of my 6 Plus, but at one point I had an iPad 2. When I had the iPad 2 for the short time I did before it met a milk soaked demise that we won't mention further, I used it for textbooks and I found it less than ideal still. Right now I actually have opted back for renting physical textbooks. I can read e-books and navigate them decently on my computer but what I've found is when I'm writing a lengthy paper I miss having the book separate to the side. I've gotten pretty used to having a separate book beside me to reference as I'm typing, and it seems like an iPad pro given the right e-book apps would allow me to see full size pages and keep them at the side while working on my computer, or just be read in a standalone setting. Does anybody else think the iPad Pro could be good for this? I would like to see it in person first/give it time to get optimized apps. I think the size alone would be key for the experience personally though. I'd like to hear anybody else's thoughts, and if you have an e-textbook set up you'd like to share.