Just got back with my iPad Pro. I have been on the fence about it for a while now, but decided the only way to really know was to experience it. I ordered online last night for in-store pick-up in Seattle, which I did. I also picked up the Smart Cover and silicone case, both of which are painfully overpriced, but... had to be done. I also picked up the Logitech Create Keyboard case, to see which I'd prefer. First impressions: Yes, it's bigger than the Air 2. Of course it is. But, somehow, it's not overly so, like a perfect balance between big and not-too-big. Touch ID: Apple hasn't said much about Touch ID, that I've seen - on the Pro, but I have noticed that it *seems* to be the exact same 2nd-gen fingerprint scanner as on my 6s Plus. It's very fast, miles faster than on my Air 2. Whether this is processor related or something else under the hood, it unlocks at the exact same speed as my speed-demon 6s Plus when both screens are off. Screen: The screen is gorgeous. First, ZERO backlight bleed. I recognize this can vary from display to display, but Apple has achieved - for me - a zero-bleed screen. Even better - whites are white. No color tint, no book-spine issue. This is the best screen I've seen on an Apple device. It's stunning. Sound: I fired up Plex on both my Air 2 and iPad Pro, and put on the classic Transformers, with everyone's favorite Shia LaBeouf. The sound difference is massive. Absolutely massive. For those irritated to all heck with the Air 2's vibration through the screen (even in a case!), the Pro will satisfy you because unless you crank the volume, you won't feel anything through the screen. The different in bass level and sound separation is massive. While the Air 2 does have a pair of stereo speakers, they're both in the same housing and... oh whatever. The Air 2 has crap speakers. The Pro does not. The Smart Cover and silicone case are great. I really like them a lot more than I would, despite being a two-piece solution. The cover does not buckle on the screen at all, and stays closed even with the iPad turned face down. The Logitech Create Keyboard is... OK. It's quite thick, a little unwieldy, but it does have two backlight levels and the keys feel nice and - most importantly - full size. There were no Apple keyboard cases or Pencils available or I'd have picked them up too. So, as first impressions go, I'm in love with this thing. Take that from someone who has no intention of being a "pro" user with it.