Just a comparison screen shot of the different S-Pen, S-Pen holder and newer Microsoft Surface Pro Pen. Out of all the pens, I use the S-Pen holder alot. I like it for the comfort grip and weight. Feels very solid. Then I got the Microsoft Surface Pro pen today because it was $10 cheaper than an official OEM S-Pen or S-Pen with eraser. Nice size, very light weight (because of the full plastic body) and 'eraser' top. Unfortunately, it feels like a cheap plastic mechanical pencil in my hands. Also doesn't work too well with the Note 2 due to callibration issues. If the MS pen is held perpendicular to the Note 2's screen, the cursor is accurate and dead on. But the moment you hold the MS pen on an angle, the cursor shifts a mm or two or more lower than the actual pen tip (dependent on the angle the pen is held). The odd thing is that the Note 10.1 does not exhibit the same behaviour. The MS pen works well on it with little calibration issue. The eraser though works great on either without a hitch. As it stands, I'll still use the S-Pen holder with my Note 2 and the MS Surface Pro pen with my Note 10.1. At least this leaves me with a few spare pens to play with.