I am quite disappointed with the $799 starting price mainly because that price point puts the iPad Pro into territory where I have to consider if I am going to get that level of use out of it. $599 would've been the sweet spot for me but then I realized Apple isn't intending this to be as much of an impulse purchase for consumers as an iPad Aif or mini: $799 pegs the device as predominantly for prosumers who have a genuine need for it. Either that, or for consumers who are using it as their main device. $799 feels like a bargain compared to the Mac lineup but I just don't see being able to replace a full computer with a tablet yet. I'd absolutely purchase an iPad Pro and possibly even the keyboard cover if I was a consumer buying it in place of a Mac, but it seems a stretch to complement a $2200 Mac with a $799 tablet unless I truly needed it. While I don't need a $2200 Mac, I do need a Mac (I sincerely doubt I could fully replace by an iPad) and I don't mind paying to enjoy it more. That being said, my iPhone gets the majority of my use ironically and I'd prefer not to have two more expensive devices I barely use in relation. Even though I started losing interest in the iPad when iPhones got slightly larger screens with the iPhone 5, I'd be open to testing a 12.9" tablet in my workflow but I'm not sure it's worth the $799 gamble that I won't use it for 10-20 hours as I did my Air. How do you feel about the $799 price?