The really cool thing for me was seeing numerous sheets of paper saved by not printing out 27 short answer tests about the writing process and techniques for research papers. It also saved time by not having to decipher student handwriting during an already busy time at school. Students were happy because they got to type their answers like they were used to doing and the test was something new they had never experienced before. The only part of test taking through the form I wasn't happy with was not having a test to hand back to students to check their answers. For this test it wasn't quite a big of a deal since it was the end of the year, but in the future it would be an issue. In talking with a colleague, we think there is a script you can apply to the form during creation to have a copy of answers sent to a student. Test review could happen this way, if I sent an email with questions students answered incorrectly.
Overall a great first experience!