@Kevin-Longueil You'll definitely want to have a read through the free Procreate 3.0 manual on iBooks. Some of the shortcuts and stuff have changed since the previous versions. It's a quick read but getting familiar with the shortcuts makes life a lot faster. I'm not sure there's anything I'd change about the drawing side of things on the iPad Pro. Here's a link - https://itunes.apple.com/au/book/procreate-artists-handbook/id1069228674?mt=13
Yeah, the Pencil top thing is easy to lose and you'll need to buy another Thunderbolt cable if you aren't comfortable with charging the thing in the bottom of the iPad (I've plugged it in the bottom once and that was to pair it at the beginning and I haven't since). The charge on the Pencil is fine. I get a good 12 hours drawing out of it and if it does run out (although I just plug it in every night), it charges ridiculously quickly.
But the actual experience of drawing on it is the best I've ever had. I initially thought it was a placebo thing but I've put enough time in with it now to have clarity.
The only bug I've found with it and I've reported it to Apple and nobody else had found it (although I guess it's a super niche bug)... if you're listening to music thorough a Bluetooth speaker (which I do every day whilst I'm drawing), then if your wrist touches to the left of the home button whilst you're drawing, the music cuts out but if you just flip the orientation so it's the other way around the problem doesn't exist at all. I'm guessing that's where the Bluetooth transmitter is.
My Mac is feeling a bit lonely haha. I'm on my MacBook now to type because typing on screens has and will always suck and I don't have the Smart Keyboard as it's super pricey and backlogged.
Oh, another thing to note - if you're just using it as a painting and drawing machine, the lower GB version would be perfectly fine if you're backing up your drawings to your computer or Dropbox or something. I got the bigger version, but the file sizes are pretty small of Procreate files and I've been working at 7000 x 7000. Although I do do almost everything on one layer and have a layer for my reference so I can't really comment how big the files are if you'er maxing out the layers. If you're not going to fill it with games and apps, I think it'd be more than enough.