Hi all, I have had the chance to use the HP Executive Pen on a HP Revolve 810 for the last week or so. I'm running WIndows 8 x64 and the first thing I did was update the firmware & drivers to the latest version from the HP Revolve site (including the May 8 update of the Atmel firmware). I must say, the performance of the pen on the laptop leaves a lot to be desired. Ignoring the not so handy part of having to press the pen against the screen to engage it, the pen itself performs so badly in pen-enabled applications like OneNote/Word. Palm rejection works sporadically, with often marks being left as a result of the palm or the page zooming in or out. But the most disappointing part is how the pen itself works. I mean, I don't have a great handwriting, but the pen absolutely destroyed it. Alphabets in words either half-drawn or completely missing, the pen messes with your handwriting that even attempting to write in a larger handwriting font makes some alphabets appear larger than others. I thought it might be me, but I had a chance to try the pen on the Surface Pro and another pen on a Lenovo tablet, and these felt and responded in OneNote & Word so much better. My handwriting was almost as it is on paper, the pen glided across the screen and things appeared to be so much better. I am curious as to others' experiences. I don't know if the issue is in the pen/digitizer/firmware and I am assuming the Elitepad 900 performs more or less the same as a Revolve 810 - given they use the same digitizer and pen. Think HP will attempt to solve this problem? Or is this the best I can expect? Regards, -krish PS: Calibrating the pen made no difference; and calibrating using additional points made the pen more accurate when selecting items on the screen, but had no effect on the issues I mention above.