Doesn't matter, though. I already had ArtRage Studio Pro 3, which is my usual weapon of choice. There is also MyPaint, but that seems a slight bit more limited. I also use Paint.net as a backup for certain features, although the latter doesn't support pressure-sensitivity from my pen.
This time I've got a nifty Wacom Intuos Pro Special Edition which is comparable to an Intuos Pro 5. Not sure what the 'Special Edition' part is, besides the fact that it doesn't have software supplied with it.
So far the new tablet is a lot better than my ancient Graphire 3, especially as I moved from a 4:3 monitor to a 16:10 one quite a while ago. Also, a lot less scratches on the surface. :-P The cool part is, this thing also supports multi-touch. It's almost as if I could remote control the Tardis with it, wheeeeeeeee!