I have RSI problems that flare up when scrolling on the iPad while reading articles, so I'm trying to find a solution that will allow scrolling to require as few touches as possible. I want to be able to scroll on an iPad similar to how I use the scroll on a mouse -- one finger allows me to move up and down however much I want. Constantly using a finger on the screen causes RSI to the finger, hand, wrist, elbow and arm, as you have to use them all. Currently there are two options using external keyboards: a) press the space bar allows page down; b) press the down arrow or up arrow allows one line up or down movement; c) hold the down/up arrow down, and wait for the screen to scroll up/down a) is ok sometimes, but sometimes you need to be able to move less than a page - say a few lines, and also I need to be able to do page UP as well, which you cannot using one key on a keyboard. b) is not enough since I can usually scan-read a few lines at a time. c) the scrolling is very slow. Does anyone have any ideas regarding how I can make scrolling more comfortable? With option c) - is there a way to make scrolling faster, when holding down the up/down arrows of an external keyboard? Thanks in advance.