After using my iPad Pro (the big one) for about 11 months now - both lecturing and note taking, etc. - I'm thinking of seriously returning to a Windows based tablet; particularly the Surface. I used a Windows tablet for years - since 2003 - for lecturing and work, but I switched to Mac for everyday computing in 2007. So, the tablet was just used for lectures. After many years though - and a failed attempt using the original surface 3 years ago - the old tablet is just too slow and unrealiable, and the iPad Pro came out. The writing experience is fantastic, and the hardware really reliable. There are two things that frustrate me however: I have a specific way of filing my documents, etc., and rather than porting them over into an app, I'd like to just open it within the folder, work on it, and then save within the folder it resides (e.g., PDF Annotator). I find it cumbersome to import it into Goodnotes, mark it up, then export it again back into my Dropbox. Easy for a few documents, but after all the documents start piling up When I'm typing using the Logitech keyboard, I expect a touch pad or mouse, rather reaching up to swipe at the screen. I too carried two devices: the iPad Pro, and a MB Pro. It's getting heavy and a little cumbersome. Anybody have similar sentiments?