Yeah, it is very surprising how good RDP/Jump Desktop is on my 10.5" - runs like it is native W10 at home, in the office, and with LTE on the go with at least two bars. There is no native W10 2 in 1 that comes close to the versatility and utility I experience with the iPad Pro. I receive my 11" on Monday and expect it to be an even better experience. If you can imagine hooking your iPad Pro up to an external screen and using Jump Desktop with the Citrix X1 mouse, you have a proper thin client workstation in a W10 (or macOS) environment when you really need it (development work, i.e. coding, or niche/legacy programs...printing from a corporate network printer, etc.) For the other 95%, you get the awesomely unique iPad experience that makes this device the only tablet worth having on the market today. --- Post Merged, Feb 8, 2019 --- As a laptop replacement, yes. Not as a stand alone replacement for all computing.