My handwriting has never been great, but it has been legible. I always picked the fattest ballpoint pen I could find because it created more drag on the paper and allowed my hand to write more cleanly. With the Surface Pro, MS has provided us with a pen that has only one very hard plastic nib and no replacement options. Writing on hard glass with hard plastic is a recipe for handwriting disaster. Try writing on a glass table with a ballpoint pen. It's hard - you have no control. Samsung includes rubber tipped stylus nibs with their Note Line tablets to give the pen more "bite" on the glass screen and it really helps. As is their way, MS believes we don't need no stinking options - we get one option, the one they chose for us, hard plastic. No aftermarket nibs. So, since we have no choices other than to buy an expensive aftermarket stylus (I hate paying $1000 for a new device only to have to pay more for aftermarket products just to make it work right), what do we do? The Bamboo Stylus Feel looks very promising but that's $40. Anti-glare screen protectors provide more of a "paper" feel but they ruin the beautiful screen image. HD screen protectors help slightly but not much - also they also are harder to clean than the glass. The perfect solution would be a clear HD screen protector with some texture to give a paper-like feel but I haven't seen anything like that. I heard from Wacom that they will be releasing nib replacements for their Bamboo Feel product later this month and they will include the rubber tip. The rumor is that Bamboo Feel nibs fit the SP pen and work. I know that older Wacom nibs do not. --------------------- So, what does everyone else do to improve their handwriting on the SP? Are there any great products you can recommend? --------------------- P.S., I would LOVE to be able to get rid of the little dot that appears beneath my pen whenever I want to write. I find it very distracting. I've been writing with a pen on paper for 40 years without the aid of a dot to remind me where my pen was. In the Samsung Note products you can turn the dot off. But this is MS, once again, no options. They like the dot so you will learn to like the dot, period (pun intended). Does anyone know of a hack that makes the dot go away? One of the things I miss about Android was that there was a hack for almost anything. In MS it seems like there isn't a hack for anything. It is what it is.