I've got an iPad Mini that I like to use as my main portable PC. Generally I use it for lightweight tasks like web browsing on the couch, checking my email, streaming video, instant messaging, and referencing notes at work. I'm also a power user that works in an IT environment where I run multiple virtual machines on my Surface Pro 3; however, I am also somewhat of a hobbyist writer and digital artist who might want to take these skills further should I feel myself capable. Yet I find myself dissatisfied with the Surface Pro 3 as a tablet because it just doesn't fit into the iOS ecosystem. I try to use it as a tablet but miss the quality of apps that are so readily available on my Mini 4, as well as the ability to use iMessage, FaceTime, and make phone calls to family and friends. Here's the dilemma. I want to buy an iPad Pro 12.9" to replace the Surface Pro 3 with. I think I could live without the ability to run full Windows applications, as I can always just use VMware on my desktop at work, and do more in-depth photo/text editing tasks on my gaming desktop at home. But does it seem silly to any of you to use multiple iPads? I fell in love with the Apple Pencil when I found out how much smoother a drawing experience it was than the Surface Pen, and the Smart Keyboard looks like a sexy and portable alternative to the Logitech K480 Bluetooth keyboard I pack around. I would definitely want to keep the Mini around. Why? It's the perfect size for an eReader and bedtime device when I just want to hold it close and watch some YouTube or Netflix. And the size of it means that I can hold the device in both hands and type with the same speed and precision that I can my iPhone. Yet looking at the iPad Pro 12.9", I definitely see a use case for it. What do you guys think? Please give me your thoughts on the subject; I would really appreciate it!