I've only been using this tablet for a couple of days now and I'd say I really like it. But this is the first time I've used a tablet, so I'm still getting used to it. It's a bit like learning to use chopsticks. It can be done but it takes a little practice. The software comes with a tutorial and some games to help you get the hang of it. The bundled software includes Photoshop Elements 8 and Nik filters. The unfortunate thing though is that the Nik Filters don't work with Aperture 3. BOOO! But all in all I think this will really come in handy for when I'm editing photos and want to do some finely detailed work. I like it. I'm sure I'll like it more when I get the hang of it. I'd tell anyone who's into photo editing that this thing is something they should try. Also, I like that it works as a trackpad and my MacBook Air recognizes all the gestures the same way it does with the built-in trackpad on the computer itself. Cool! I just wish it was wireless. Or at least if Apple could sell the wireless kit because Wacom sells it but only on their American site. They don't ship to Canada. Apple does sell the wireless adapter kit on their UK site for some strange reason, but not on the Canadian site. Whatever. I'm sure it makes sense to the fine folks at Apple for them to do that. Infinite wisdom and all that jazz.