So no one can answer this then?
Anyhoo… after researching for the last few weeks I have come to the conclusion that I made mistakes in my previous research and subsequent purchases.
Toon Boom does not seem to support Ntrig except in the most basic of functions whereas Wacom is supported and all functions work correctly. This seems to be right down to some basic touch functions and not just the pens. There are quite a lot of other options in hybrid tablets that have wacom digitizers in them using the Wacom Feel-It drivers and working with all software that supports Wacom tech. Furthermore they they Support other appropriate Wacom Pens… One can buy a hybrid tablet and one of Wacoms better pens AND TBS … and have spent a third of the price of a Wacom standalone. You can basically make yourself a cintiq companion for a third of the price.
Other, less acclaimed software DOES support Ntrig and all the touch functions and sensitivity seem to work perfectly. . . . such as Anime Studio . . . which I have now been using since its what works with my equipment.
Im fairly disappointed in that . . I would much rather be using TBS since I purchased it legit only to find out that an inferior software actually has more support. . . and community support also it seems, from the lack of response here.
I had almost immediate responses talking to those guys.
So, so summarize . . .
If you have a surface pro 3, dont bother buying TBS until they support Ntrig technology, if that ever happens. You wont be able to use the tablet in the way you envisioned with it.
If you have a surface pro 3 then use Anime Studio Pro as it supports Wacom, Ntrig and BT technology and all of your touch functions and pressure sensitivity will work correctly (except that the zoom is reversed for some reason, lol. Pinching makes it bigger and spreading makes it smaller).
If you want to use TBS because their technology is responsible cos all your fave cartoons … then buy a well spec’ed hybrid TabTop with a Wacom digitizer built in. You will have enough money left over to buy TBS and get a decent Wacom pen instead of the usual crap OEM pens that ship with these hybrid tablets.
No one will tell you this… its something you have to learn on your own it seems through rigorous research. My financial kick in the undies is your informational gain.
Now, since I had little money to start with im stuck with what Ive got. For such a good program, im surprised that it doesnt support Ntrig when your competitors do. It would probably be worth looking into, since microsoft just bought Ntrig. Every manufacturer is going to be using it soon.