Good morning. I've had over 24 hours to think about these changes since my earlier post. Since I do get frustrated with others who are not willing to give a chance to new things, I really did try to get used to this new version. Unfortunately, this is still not working out for me. One of my complaints was about the jot script stylus not connecting properly, and I was asked whether I had paired it correctly. Yes, I did, and this made no difference. The failure of the stylus, however, was the least of my worries, since I had already been using a $5 stylus on the older version, and it worked much better than the $75 one! The missing thumbnails, which allowed us to find specific pages are a huge loss. The scrolling feature is inefficient when working with a lengthy notebook. You also have to touch it just right, or you accidentally draw vertical lines as you scroll. I prefer the page turning to the lengthy scroll of paper. I might be able to get used to it if there were a clearer border showing where the top of the next page begins. The zoom and drift feature is the thing that, in my opinion, set Penultimate apart from the other handwriting apps. It was the only app feature that was compatible with the way that I hold my pen/stylus. Several existing apps offered the zoom box similar to what you have now, but it was the zoom and drift unique to Penultimate that I really liked. I have tried working with this new zoom box feature, to try to get used to it. It drifts far too fast when I use that feature, and the drift will not stop when I lift my stylus. Without the drift, it is just too clumsy to keep moving the zoom box to where I need it. It just isn't working for me. Meanwhile, I began trying the other handwriting apps again. I'm finding that Noteshelf, also has a zoom box, which I'm not crazy about, but it is letting me write at my own pace, and in a much more fluid manner than Penultimate's new zoom box. (I still prefer the old drift and zoom, though!) I have an older iPad, which still has classic Penultimate installed. Unfortunately, I can no longer open any of the notebooks that I opened in the new version. They have been modified in some way which makes them no longer compatible with the old app. The other thing that I've investigated has been OneNote. This fiasco has made me very nervous about the future of Evernote in general. Recently, I tried the beta of the new online Evernote interface, and was dismayed at the loss of features there as well. I've reverted back to the classic Evernote interface, but I'm really nervous that at some point I will be forced to change to the new one. So, I'm wondering whether it is just time for me to end my relationship with Evernote, and find a new, more stable system altogether. This isn't a threat, because I'm already considering this even if you do decide to bring back the Penultimate that we love, and are able to repair the damage to our notebooks so that they are once again compatible with the original version. Some food for thought: I'm sure that you received requests from users, asking for these new features. I haven't seen many of those people in the forums, but I doubt that you made these changes without some input. Unfortunately, you failed to think about the thousands of users who were content with the original app, and were not asking for changes. These changes were not an "upgrade". They were the creation with a completely different app. I saw no warnings that this was coming, or opportunities to be a beta tester. Maybe it is time for two different apps: Penultimate Classic - which is the closest match on the market to writing in a real notebook. Penultimate II (or something more creative) - This new version that can be used by the folks who prefer this method. Thank you for your consideration!