Hey everyone, I have posted a few comments here and there about this subject but just wondering if anyone else has been in the same decision-making situation. If so, I’d like to hear your feedback. I have had the first gen 12.9" 32GB wifi since Day 1. Using ASK, Apple silicone back cover and also an Apple Smart Cover when the ASK is not needed. Apple Pencil as well has been great. I really wasn’t looking to upgrade when the new models came out but I came across a great deal on an open box 10.5" at Best Buy and you know how that spontaneous ‘I think I should try this out’ thing hits so I bought it. Yeah, ProMotion, to me at least, makes a wee bit of difference but it gets lost after a few minutes use. Apple Pencil performance is a little quicker but I didn’t find it too bad in the first place on my gen 1. True Tone I absolutely hate so I keep it turned off - I find it just warms up the screen so much that it is anything but ‘true’ tone. Looks like an orange filter over the whole screen. The new cameras are great too but really, how often does that get used? The older camera works just fine for scans and in-a-pinch photos. The one thing about the 10.5" is the smaller form factor for holding and carrying around. Definitely way better than the giant 12.9. But, those compromises come in at the expense of a more limited software keyboard and Compact iPhone apps using Split View and other elements that must be shrunk down to fit the smaller, yet very useable screen. I don’t need both of these but the resale for the 12.9 is amazingly low. I have owned many, many iPads since the original on launch day in 2010 and I don’t think I have ever seen value plummet so much as in these. I really hate to give the 12.9 away for a ridiculously low price so I am trying to figure out the benefit - if any - there is in keeping the 10.5 or returning it. They are both great devices and either would fit my needs just fine but I am wondering if anyone else has made a similar move then ended up sticking with their gen 1 or selling it and moving forward with the 10.5. Thanks for reading this and your experiences.