When you really want to work with pressure sensitivity then you need to have an e.g. Pogo Connect or one of the others supported by PS Touch.
Thank you greule I appeciate your feedback. I was just hoping Adobe would be anxious to update Touch for the Wacom seeing as how popular their products are. For serious editing I use a Wacom pen tablet on my desktop but since I now have an iPad it is a good editing tool when away from my desktop. I do not require pressure sensitivity that much but would like that capability when drawing on composites that I create.
Wouldn't surprise me to see support for it at some point. Adobe Ideas is listed as a supported app. (Note how some support pressure-sensitivity but not palm rejection like Autodesk's SketchBook Pro.)
My advice is always do your research before making the jump as you might be disappointed otherwise. (Still a great-looking stylus though.)
I hope you're right. I did do some research and all I read was how well liked it was but my major mistake was when I failed to check the setup within Adobe Touch, live and learn. . I have been playing with the stylus and I actually like it very much for my use, at least so far. I definitely would like pressure sensitivity but for now I am satisfied and hope Adobe comes through with an update. I would also like to add that there is quite a bit of editing capability with Adobe's Touch, definitely useful.
Thanks again for your input.............Ralph