Sam, I missed your post from the other day. What kind of pics are you looking for?And I just saw that Wacom news! That's great news! Gosh darn it, I'm kinda bummed at the same time as I've grown more accustomed to the finer tip on the Jot. The Wacom stylus still uses the rubber tip. It looks like a nice package, the stylus comes in a case and what looks like extra rubber tips. When I draw on the big Wacom Cintiq, the 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity is a great thing! But I wonder if it will be as good on the iPad with this new stylus. I'm already hip deep now, I'll have to go the next mile and get that Wacom stylus and do a comparison! As far as taking notes and using the stylus for tablet use, I've never tried. I have tried writing with both styluses and its not as good as with a real pen or pencil. But I could try more. And for general tablet use, I had tapped a few icons and swiped the screen with them, but I tend to prefer to use my finger. I definitely use the stylus to tap on the tool icons in Sketchbook Pro.So, maybe a new iPhone in September and then this Wacom stylus in October!