I'll be interested in hearing a couple of things about the i-prop pillow device. I can't find any information on the "fill" material for the pillow, itself, on the product website. If it's those tiny packing balls, (frequently used on lapdesks), they tend to lose their shape over time resulting in the pillow "flattening" out. Not necessarily a problem if the pillow can be re-filled but I don't see a way to do that or a replacement source for the fill material. Second, it's clear that the iPad is not held in place, i.e. not attached to the i-Prop. The video shows what I think is a strap on top of the i-Prop that can be used in conjunction with the thumb over the edge of the iPad to move the two together but I'm a bit skeptical about that operation. I'd be especially hesitant to try the one-handed operation shown in the video where the i-Prop/iPad are placed in the engine bay of an automobile.