So sad that Google went with the AES digitizer, because if they went the EMR route, this might well be a digital artist's dream tablet, which also happens to be the finest piece of laptop computer hardware yet created. As it is, though, you can get used to the inferior keyboard (and lack of backlighting) of the Chromebook Pro and otherwise have a device costing 1/2 what the PB costs with perfectly usable "computer" thrown in along with a lovely 3:2 2400X1600, 400 nit, 90% sRGB and EMR active digitizer with, in my experience, zero latency (except when using apps that make server calls, such as One Note, and others that may not yet be optimized for Android. Hope it helps. As it is, I'm still torn. I do use the CB for a lot of typing and for that reason alone I may be going back to the Pixelbook. It's hard to go back to Windows for the 85% of things I now do on a CB because the latter is blazing fast, requires zero maintenance and suffers no delays, freezes or crashes from malware, anti-malware software or just plain BSOD/crashes because - it's Windows! Personally, my other choice would be to pickup a little-used Pixel 2, Google's 2015 chromebook that is actually a better piece of hardware than the Pixelbook, but it doesn't have an active digitizer. Since I already own a Surface Pro 3 and Thinkpd Yoga I can do my note taking and other Windows-only tasks on those. Anyway, I'm talked out on the subject, but feel free to ask questions.