I love mine. It will be a little frustrating at first. Get used to it and you’ll not likely use a mouse again for anything.
play around with the presure sensitive brush head.
If the pen stops responding properly, it may be because your eraser has become twisted out of it’s grove. Twist it until it clicks, then set it aside to rest for a little bit. If that still doesn’t work call Wacom and get advice. (that’s from wacom’s own lips.) I’ve twisted mine out of it’s grove at least 20 times so far. So don’t nibble on the end of the pen with your teeth the way I do.
I suggest checking out Painter Clasic, which comes with the pen. It’s a great little program for doing more paint style pictures… as opposed to photoshops, photo editing tools.
Oh yeah… try out your lasso tool. It now is a whole new ball game with that one… more like using an exacto blade. Very accurate in all the programs