I'm running cs6 on my x230t with Windows 7 (non-touch model), using the newest Wacom Feel driver. I'm occasionally getting an issue where pressure sensitivity drops out, then comes back. Anyone else getting this? I'm also getting a sort of visual feedback everytime the pen comes in contact with the screen after having been pulled away far enough for the cursor not to register movement while hovering. I'd like to just remove this visual feedback. I'm not sure if it has anything to do with the other problem, but I am getting some kind of mild lag/ unresponsiveness from PS, and I thought this might have something to do with it. I've read some stuff about using older "legacy" drivers (that didn't have palm rejection?), or having to enable "press to right-click", or turning off flicks, or turning off hardware acceleration, etc. Does this stuff work? Do I really have to go through that hassle every time I want to use PS? I actually like Flicks, though I suppose I could let it go or disable it if need be, but I definitely use Hover-Right-click all the time, and don't want to disable that feature. I definitely want hardware acceleration engaged!! Should I just be installing an older wacom driver? Is that going to solve my problem? Or is there more that I need to do to solve it? edit- Not sure why this made the difference, but I just uninstalled the Wacom Feel driver and instead installed the oldest Legacy driver they had available, from 2012. Seems to now work like a dream. ??? Whatever, it works. Who knows why?