I'm not the one you asked, but I'll chime in anyway based on my experience with Note II demo units. Their Wacom digitizers are generally what you expect out of Wacom (precise, pressure-sensitive, perfect palm rejection), but for some reason, one of the Note II units had a bit of finely jagged inconsistency in a particular area of the screen that made straight vertical lines come out a bit squiggly. This isn't a problem in the Note 10.1 or all the Tablet PCs I've used, but those have the benefit of much larger surface areas with roughly the same resolution. Also note that it was just one Note II that I've encountered the issue with; I need to sample some more and make sure it isn't something like the clamps that usually keeps these smartphones stuck in place. I've encountered much worse with resistive digitizers, some of which had nasty drift issues that made them almost unusable. Even when they don't have drift issues, the lack of palm rejection is quite a drawback on larger screens. Also, not having any sort of hover input with a cursor that shows you exactly where pixels are going to be painted on the screen when you put that nib down can also be a pain.