I have been thinking about this since the announcement. I think Apple got me this time; I am going to have to have a double iPad Pro set up. I did this for a month or so last year and it was fun. My reasoning: Apple has introduced two big sets of improvements for iPad in iOS 11, but one points to the 12.9 version and the other to the 9.7 version Multitasking shines on the 12.9 display. Stating the obvious really. All that 3 or 4 app multitasking bonanza is going to require a magnifying glass on the small tablet. I loved the big display of the 12.9, I especially love how, in landscape, it's actually taller than a 13.3 laptop. Notetaking shines on the 10.5/9.7 display. Again, pretty obvious. All the iOS11 enhancements designed to make you take notes quickly are going to be much more useful if you can whip out a reasonably sized ipad when the inspiration strikes you on your subway ride. Reading, airplay use, and a few other scenarios also call for the smaller tablet size. I am kind of lucky because my use case actually justifies having both devices at my disposal -- and doesn't really justify owning a super powerful Mac, for example. I need to be able to annotate students' work and pdfs, and this may be nicer on the larger or smaller screen depending on the circumstances. And I need to be able to write in Ulysses -- sometimes with a PDF on the half screen, sometimes without. The fact that you can use a single Apple Pencil and pair it with each iPad on a case-by-case basis is an added bonus. Is anybody else contemplating a two-Pro set up? If so, what's your excuse/reasoning?