I spent years working on a Wacom Cintiq 24HD. Overall it was a great pen display, but it did have some issues. The thing was insanely heavy (I actually had to replace my old desk because it started to sag in the middle!) and it was also insanely expensive. Actually, all of Wacom's products are insanely expensive. It makes sens in a way, as Wacom products are absolutely the industry standard for pen-based input devices. However, it's about time other companies started trying to compete with Wacom - competition is a good thing for all of us! Enter the Huion line of pen display tablets. I recently purchased the Huion GT-220 v2, and I decided to record my initial impressions in a quick video. Here's the gist: This thing is great! As with any product, there are some pros and cons, but based on the performance, build quality and accuracy of this device, I feel like someone is finally starting to bring some competition to Wacom! Now let's get one thing straight - the Cintiq Pro tablets are still the absolute top-of-the-line "Bentley's" of the pen input market - but Huion's cost effective GT-220 is something that should definitely be considered if you're in the market. OK, video below. Check it out!