Summary: It's a good tablet, don't get me wrong, but because it only has 2 point calibration, it gets really out of line when you get close to the edge. You have to basically stay in the middle of the tablet, which can get annoying sometimes. If you plan on buying this tablet to draw or animate with, it is definitely usable, but you can't really do anything else with it. The calibration makes browsing the internet or anything else like that very hard and frustrating.
Summary: This tool is amazing upon use for a more accurate and quicker approach over an intuos or bambo it is not restricted to drawing programs but in terms of colour resolution, unless you primarily work in black and white, you are better using it as an intuos or a bambo for adding colour to your illustrations because the colour differences are more than a distraction. You could take a longer approach of re-working the colours in photoshop.
Summary: ....which mine didn't. It has a pink tinted screen, which i've now read can be a problem with these things. ironic, considering i've also now read that they don't show up pinks and purples very well. someone should tell mine that. At first i thought this was just a thing it did and carried on working with it in photoshop thinking nothing of it, accepting that i had to look on the computer screen for the colours rather than the cintiq after i accidentally coloured my...
Summary: The idea of a touch-sensitive display is good. However, as resolution increases, so too must screen size. Making a high resolution image smaller on the screen reduces accuracy and visible detail, offsetting the greatest possible advantage of a direct-edit display. For professionals such as my self who use high-res digital (21MP 1Ds mkIII) and medium format, those this product is targeted at and affordable for, the size and resolution is too little.