I use the ForScore app on my IPAD PRO 12.9 inch for reading sheet music in several bands. I can turn the page by tapping beside the page image on the screen if there is a gap in the music. Otherwise I can tap my foot on a cordless pedal. I suppose that I could remove the shoe from my right foot so that I could feel the pedal. Otherwise I have to glance down at the floor to see precisely where the pedal is and I might miss playing a few notes. In my research I found that most of the discussions on page-turner pedals concern pianists but I play the saxophone. First item on my wish list. I want somebody to invent a small cordless gadget with two buttons (page forward and page back) that can be attached to a saxophone within reach of the idle right thumb. The same devices could be used with other woodwind and brass instruments too. High tablet prices keep most musicians from going paperless right now but a stampede to paperless music is inevitable and there would be a big market for the device that I described. Second item on my wish list I heard that Apple are going to discontinue the iTunes program for the PC or Mac. They will need to create a new program for copying PDF files between a computer and an IPAD and I hope that the interface will be more intuitive than the iTunes interface is. Third item on my wish list Availability of a low-cost slave tablet that looks like an IPAD but which is only capable of serving as an extension display to a real IPAD. This would allow musicians to see two pages of sheet music just like they used to be able to do with paper music and it would eliminate many page turnover problems.