Sidecar is great, it works really good and it's one of the things I'm most excited about in Catalina. However, as I mentioned here before, Pencil pressure sensitivity is way off. There is a sort of expected pressure level, how much you need to press your stylus against the screen/tablet to get a thicker line or more opacity. Wacom, Apple Pencil (in iPad apps like Notes, Procreate, CSP, Fresco, etc.), Ntrig - all have similar behavior. But in Sidecar, you have to press really hard to get a stronger result. For example, when you draw with what I'd call regular pressure, the lines in Photoshop are barely visible (when using a pressure-sensitive brush, ofc). The same in many programs, like Zbrush or Clip Studio (which is also present on iPad, and the pressure with the same Pencil is much different on native iPad version then when using Sidecar). This is really problematic, I mean, if anyone wants to use the Pencil in Sidecar, you have to manually adjust the pressure curve in programs that have this option (and then it works normally), but the apps that don't (and many don't - Photoshop is one of those, even Zbrush is a little bit complicated in this regard) - this is a real issue. My question is - we have 4 developer betas and no one is talking about it. Like, if you go to iMore, a site that always covered the artistic usage of iPads and Pencil related stuff - it doesn't mention this at all. They have a nice article about Sidecar, they explain it fully - and yet, they seem to not have an issue with this. How come? I mean, is this really not bothering anyone? And I'm talking about Wacom users here, artists, etc. A lot of people tried the beta, a lot of people demonstrated Sidecar in YT videos, how come no one is talking about this problem?