Recently I sold my iPad Air 2 in order to try a "so-called" hybrid as I always desired to replace both my tablet and mac for one device when I'm on-the-go. So I bought a Surface Pro 4 and oh boy what a big remorse I had. Aside from all the bugs with Windows 10 which cost me an entire day installing/re-installing drivers, the user experience was simply poor. Sure, it was a working pc but the tablet part of it was just plain awful. Being awful I mean, battery couldn't last more than 5 hours in tablet mode, lack of optimized apps, clumsy form factor for reading and bug with sleep mode which pretty much turns off the device. After having the Surface Pro 4 for a few days I realized I just had bought a "boring PC", a device which is an average computer and a poor tablet, a device without any focus with a ridiculous interface. All in all, I returned it and with the refund I decided to get an iPad Pro 9.7 with the Smart Keyboard. What a difference! The hardware (mainly the amazing new screen) just screams quality and the experience is so much more focused and fluid, no reboots out of nowhere, no painful updates which take hours to be installes, it simply works. Of course I was expecting it as I had used an iPad Air 2 for 2 years and it never disappointed, I just never felt compelled to work much with it (always forgot to charge my keyboard haha). The improvements on the new iPad Pro for me were totally worth the upgrade. I've been working quite intensively with it on-the-go (preparing presentations, analysing data in excel, writing my thesis, browsing papers, writing here on macrumors hehe) in a way that is so much more fun than a conventional PC. At home I use my 15" rMBP for more intense data analysis with software only available for OS X. So, what is your experience with the iPad Pro (9.7 or 12) so far? Have you tried any "hybrid" before?