For those of you who keep saying this isn't a Pro machine without OS X - you need to 'think different'. Got my iPad Pro and pencil last Wed. • On Thu I used it to edit an image using Pixelmator quicker than I could with Photoshop. And very quickly used Colour Splash to make only part of an image colour (for impact) - felt so intuitive. • On Friday I used it to show a client all the spreads of a report I've been working done using PDF Expert. Wow factor for client as well as being a great screen (quality, size and dimension) to show your work off on. • Yesterday I did a quick and dirty vector drawing using Autodesk Graphic • Today I used it to retouch an image using Photoshop Fix, an image that would have taken ages using the mouse. Just skipped over the image with the pencil, fixing hundreds of blemishes by drawing over them, zooming in and out with my fingers as I went along. 30 min job done in 10. I could never do without my Mac - for heavy lifting and the complexities of proper OS X software. But, already the new iPad is really complimenting my workflow - it's just better at certain tasks. I think the iPad Pro really shines as a content creation tool rather than just for consumption. And it's really easy to move files in and out of dropbox from within all those apps - apart from Photoshop Fix where you send it directly to your Mac version of Photoshop or Lightroom like magic. All the naysayers just need to see if it would be cool for them or not. You would have to pry the iPad Pro from my cold, dead hands.