Having looked enviously at graphic tablets for what seems about 10 years, I've just purchased a Wacom Intuos Photo Pen and Touch tablet.

I'm somewhat underwhelmed at the moment ... The problem is there are so many options for setup, and having never used a tablet before I have no idea what I should setup where, and the out of the box configuration doesn't seem to exist, nothing is setup to do anything.

Is there anyone out there who would be kind enough to at least point me to a beginner setup that may work until I know/understand what I'm doing with it.

As a side note, it came with Corel PaintShop Pro X8 which again, has been something that I've considered purchasing for a while too. Bonus!

I've been watching PaintShop Pro tutorials for quite a while now, and two things have become apparent:
One - there are a huge number of people who barely know how to use PaintShop Pro who think it might be a good idea to write a tutorial to show other people how to barely know how to use PaintShop Pro, and
Two - I haven't really seen anything that can't be done in Xara Photo and Graphic Designer (much less Designer Pro) - much more easily, with much less fuss and bother.

Don't get me wrong there are some tools I would like to see Xara take a look at and maybe enhance their tools accordingly ... Selection tools (5 of them), for instance are almost infinitely controllable for tolerance etc. that I feel Xara may be falling down a little there. However, most of their tools seem very clunky and unintuitive compared to Xara's interface.

There are also some really good tutorials that have me thinking "What a fantastic idea, I'm sure I could do that in Xara" Especially this Webinar about working with layers and his brilliant (in my opinion) composite image, which If I can find/photograph the right sort of images, I'd love to try out. It may even tempt me to get my camera out and look for the right sort of landscape etc.

Anyway, having digressed, if anyone could help me out with the Wacom beginner configuration, I would be grateful.

Thank you.