There's something I don't understand. If the pencil connects to the iPad via bluetooth - why does my finger/side of hand make marks on the screen? Shouldn't it differentiate touch input VS pencil input? If I remember correctly - the SP3 differentiated them, and a finger touching the screen would be recognized as such, while on the iPad Pro it seems like it can't tell either of them apart. I'm assuming this is why a lot of apps requires 2 fingers to scroll.. The ONLY exception I've found so far is GoodNotes, which connects to the Pencil as a "smart Stylus." (But even then - it still requires 2 fingers to scroll.) The stock Notes app, notability, PDF Expert (which claimed to be updated for the pencil..), forScore, iAnnotate - all do it. Considering all the apps do this, including Apples own Notes app - I'm starting to wonder if this is a limitation of the hardware. To be clear - I'm not talking about palm rejection while writing. This is - you lift the pencil off the iPad, accidentally touch the screen, and the app thinks your finger/side of hand etc was the pencil and starts writing as if it were. It's extremely annoying, and I don't remember this on the Surface..