I'm using both the Adonit Jot Pro Mini 2 and the Wacom Bamboo Solo 3, and I must say the mini-disc of the Adonit Jot Pro has to be the best thing I've ever used in terms of accuracy and ease of use. The only caveat to the AJP being that I tend to fiddle around with it a ton while I'm waiting for the damage to be done. This causes the disc to separate sometimes and it even flew across half my room once by accident. Let me tell you this, trying to locate a transparent disc on an gray floor isn't a fun thing to do. I've been occupying myself with fiddling with my case instead and haven't lost the disc once since. The disc needs to be replaced every 3 months according to users though if you're a heavy user (which I reckon most PAD players are) The Wacom Bamboo 3 on the other hand is much travel and fiddle friendly, as the only immediately detachable part is the cap, whereas the other bits such as the tip are removable as well, but won't come off with simple use. The tip which is made out of microfiber is very hollow and not as conductive as I'd like but it glides over the screen so easily! Especially when compared to the AJP. I'm not using a screen protector, which completely eliminates any issues with those, and I still find myself pressing quite hard on the tip for the stylus to register which is tiresome as well as often completely dropping the register, causing me to lose control of the orb and end my move prematurely. So, I've been looking at a new stylus to sort of combine the two. The amazing precision of the AJP's mini-disc with the solidity and rigidity of the WBS with all the solid parts which don't fling around my room if I fiddle with it and feel safe to travel with. This as well combined with a non-extreme price of 100+ dollars, as I'd like to leave some money in the bank for when I do decide to IAP (inevitable). I came across the Wacom Bamboo Fineline (59.99), but that uses bluetooth. However, that is the exact form-factor I'd love. A 2 mm tip( or 1.9mm in this case), which doesn't necessarily need to be replaced over time. Although I'd also not mind a very solid microfiber tip which will register as soon as you touch the screen with it. I absolutely hate rubber ones though, they're atrocious.