Yeah exactly, they're too new to review long-term use. Fortunately, I have other people to use as my test subjects. Wait wut, I mean time will tell.
The only problem with Wacom is when you're unlucky with your devices, you have to deal with Wacom support or hunt down the replacement part for your old devices. If you're lucky, when the Wacom devices broke down naturally, you will need to buy a new device at that time anyway.
I mentioned I had discrepancies with the company, yah? Well, this ^ is exactly the point. Companies that run similarly to an oligarchy (graphics tablets are in a small, niche and pricey industry that Wacom dominates by far, regardless of what others may say about rising competitors), they tend to have shit service.
I had a "discrepancy" that went uh, very high up the ladder just to get a refund on the shitty Companion 1 and its charging issues.
It's a real painful on and off because I'm using Cintiq 13 now and I want the Mobile studio in the future. But that one bad experience (not to mention driver issues) was really bad. Funny enough, not bad enough to reconsider