Hey guys, I've made a simple youtube review of the Lenovo LT1423p: [video=youtube_share;vx_b1Lu5oi4]http://youtu.be/vx_b1Lu5oi4[/video] I haven't tested the lt1423p on a wacom-enabled tablet pc yet, but it seems Commander Wolf in this post has: http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/hardware/54703-lenovo-thinkvision-lt1423-touch-stylus-wireless-monitor-12.html#post360535 I haven't tried this on a Mac yet either. I've confirmed pressure sensitivity works in Photoshop, Sketchbook Pro (x86), Paint Tool SAI, OneNote, Sticky Notes, and Sculptris. I'm guessing this isn't much of a surprise for any of you. To elaborate on what I said about drivers in the youtube video, it seems you have to do a lot of restarting and going through the Tablet PC settings in different contexts (second screen only, extend, etc) to get it to work. Sometimes the driver will crash and say that no tablet was found, at which point restarting the computer is called for. Sometimes the tablet will register input for the other screen using the stylus. Sometimes touch will stop working altogether, but the stylus will work. Sometimes on duplicate, the stylus input position that registers is like half a screen offset in some direction, but only in some programs. It's very strange. However, I think that I got it to work, and to calibrate, and God-willing, it will stay that way. I measured the screen as adding around 9 watts to the power drawn from the outlet. All in all, this seems like a solid product. I have an Intuos 4 Large and use the monitors shown in the youtube video as a reference to measure my subjectivity. The screen looks great, and is responsive. I have detected some parallax effect, but that was anticipated. It is worse when the stylus is not tangent (90 degrees) to the tablet surface. In fact, I was pleasantly surprised by how little the offset was after calibration. My biggest hardware complaint I would have to be the dinky stylus, but thankfully other compatible ones are available. EDIT: Eraser and second side-switch functionality do not work on this device, even if the stylus has those features itself. This is based on testimony from others in this thread, as well as my own. I spoke with Wacom representatives in person, and they told me that the device supports those features, but it's in Lenovo's court as to whether or not to activate them. Let me know if you have any questions, and let this thread act as an owner's thread as well.