What are the buttons actually supposed to do now with the firmware update? Here's what I'm noticing overall: Pen works a lot better now, still not nearly as good as wacom on Surface Pro, but definitely much better than without the firmware update. I can actually read my writing and not worry about the stylus going crazy. Also, I no longer have issues with the stlylus placed in the dell cover causing the stylus to continue registering and interfering with my clicks. It seems the firmware properly ignores the stylus when it is above and behind the screen. TOUCH is amazing now in programs that were mediocre before, like Chrome. For me, I was having issues in Chrome where I'd tap the screen and my finger would slightly move, and would not register the click. That seems to be gone now, and my taps in Chrome seem to register link clicks on the first tap, even if I move my finger. This alone makes the firmware update perfect for me. My "hover" functionality works fine, but there is no visual indicator in Windows to show me where the cursor is hovering like on the surface pro with wacom. Not sure if the firmware was supposed to "fix" that. I no longer have any kind of click while hovering availble. My "bottom" button right clicks, and my "top" button doesn't seem to do anything in one note. Using Windows Journal, it works as an eraser while held, but does not erase when I am hovering, I have to hold the button and then contacting the screen lets it erase. Is my stylus defective or is this the correct behavior now?