I have the medium size--the large was a bit too much, and the small didn't feel big enough.
I absolutely love it. It allows for full arm movement without taking up too much space on my desk. The pen feels good to hold and gives you a full range of pressure sensitivity, and it comes with a nice selection of replacement nibs that are stored in the pen holder. The hot keys are a nice touch, though I shut mine off because I kept hitting the zoom feature with my forearm.
All in all if you are planning on doing some serious work artwork, I highly recommend it. But remember it is a major investment, so if it's just for hobby usage I'd say get one of the bigger Bamboo tablets that are now offered and save yourself some cash.
That's what i was thinking. I do have a rather large desk, but after i got out the tape measure and fit the dimentions into the place i was gonna put it, the large just seemed a little too snug a fit. I'd still like room to put other stuff.
No kidding it's an investment
$350+ isn't chump change
but from what i've heard, it's worth it for the extra features. Plus that fit and finish that wacom puts into their professional products.
I plan on using it a bunch