One of the things the Lenovo Thinkpads have refined over the years is the friction between nib and screen. The VivoTab is like the old Motions in that it's like writing on glass. Those too improved over time, but my impression of both the Lenovos and Motions is that it was more a function of altering the surface of the screen than changing the nib (IIRC, those little plastic nibs have never changed). The question for you guys is whether there's a Wacom pen with a nib that has a little more drag. Maybe with some rubber on it? I used an S Pen once, and it seems like it was covered in rubber, but I don't know for sure (and, of course, those pens wouldn't work with a Wacom digitizer). Thoughts?