Didn't know exactly where to post this, but I had an idea. Of course, it's most likely already been thought of. Right now I own a SP2 and am waiting on delivery of a VivoTab Note 8 today, so I do understand the importance of an active digitizer and love them. However, I think there's a huge market for a better capacitive stylus experience, and with all our devices, there are trade offs. So while I like the SP2 and will probably like the VTN8, there are other tablets that intrigue me. With a better capacitive stylus, I would probably deal with lack of pressure sensitivity to gain other benefits. For example, there are some cool, cheap tablets that can dual boot Windows/Android, and if I could get a workable note-taking solution, I'd spring on one immediately. My idea: most capacitive screens are 10-point multitouch. Could a fine tipped stylus be manufactured so the touch of the stylus to the screen registers 10 points of touch? This would effectively utilize all the inputs the screen could receive and would allow you to then rest your palm on the screen. No stupid gloves, no extra BTLE components to malfunction, not even any software hacking. Thoughts?