Hi All, I'm sure a similar type of question is already floating around out there but I'd like to know what your preferred work flow is when drawing/sketching on a large 2-in-1 laptop. I recently purchased a Yoga 720 15" and really like having the larger screen and quad core processor with GPU, but its significantly larger than my previously owned surface pro 4, and isn't something I feel like I can use for casual sketching, like when sitting on the couch or when in bed. I do have an iPad Pro 12.9 which is excellent for sketching and conceptualizing, but when I need to get professional work done, it almost always falls short. Maybe I'm going about it the wrong way, and should use two different devices for two different purposes, but is it too much to ask to be able to do both tasks using one device? As an example, are you using the laptop in tablet mode or display mode at a desk, and have a separate wireless keyboard for shortcuts? Do you ever pull out your laptop for casual sketching while in the airport, waiting room, etc, or is it just not worth lugging it around for that. I would guess that there others out there with a similar question, or there are others out there that have figured out a efficient workflow for using a larger laptop for both casual and hard core drawing/design tasks. I'd love to hear/see some examples of workflows that have been tried and true. Or, maybe there is a device that meets the requirement and isn't so much about the workflow (I'm thinking about you, ACER Switch 7...) Thoughts?