Yup. If it was a surface competitor Id look at it next month since I'm planning on buying a laptop and surface pro is one I'll look at add are some of the feels and perhaps a MacBook(long shot but I'll look)I don't think most people are that stupid when comes to devices in the price range. Plus I don't think there's as much overlap in the target markets of a Surface Pro and iPad Pro as some might think.
One area where there is overlap, designers and artists that are interested in digital ink, the iPad Pro might be an appealing alternative to an x86 Windows device. But for people that are looking for traditional laptop capabilities, desktop software, expansion and docking capabilities, etc., I don't see that crowd flocking to the iPad Pro.
From what I've seen I like the iPad Pro, I think it has a place but it's nowhere near being a laptop replacement. There's nothing about the iPad Pro beyond it's size that addresses the inherent issues mobile OS tablets have in being true laptop replacements.