Academic here--one who marks up a lot of student essays. I'm thinking about going physically paperless in my classes (again), but I've never liked inserting typed commentary using the comments function of Word. I've always preferred handwriting my comments directly on top of their text. Even when I've had the students submit their papers electronically, I tend to print them out so I can mark them up physically. However, I don't like carrying around 60-80 printed copies of essays--especially the 12-20 pagers, or wasting a lot of paper. My query--do any of you MacRumors folks mark and grade your student essays or similar documents as PDF files using Apple Pencil and any particular apps? Do you recommend this, or something else? What tips or tricks do you suggest? What apps do you recommend? I currently have a non-pro model of the iPad, so no apple-pencil support. However, if others have had good luck with this, I might upgrade to an iPad Pro 9.7-inch and give it a try.