On to my reasons.
1. I have found LetureNotes to be much more customizable than SNote.
a. You can select which buttons are on the menu bar, each one individaully
b. You can do away with the silly (imo) icons that respresent the notebooks and have a simple list which is much faster when you have a lot of notebooks and sub-notebooks
c. You can literally pick each feature that you want to use or not - system bar, page numbers, zoom bars, pencil box
d. You can set it to revert back to the pen after a single use of the eraser, zoom, or cutter
2. I have found it to be much more like OneNote in that you can do the following
a. You can lasso tect with either a box or customer loop and move that text around on the screen - important when needing to re-organize you notes during a meeting so that they make sense later
b. You can add a date/time stamp into your notes to remind you later
c. You can erase with either the eraser or you can use the undo/redo buttons to move backwards and forwards thru your penstrokes.
3. There are more levels of organization. SNote only allows you to go 5 notebooks deep. I am note sure how far LN goes, but I think in my test notebook I had at least 10 notebooks deep which is more than I would ever need
4. You can add a page to a note with a single click
5. This is huge - you can set lecture notes to keep the screen on even after the tablet has locked itself. I am forced to use a PIN lock in order to access my work email. If I am in a meeting with a customer and had to unlock the screen if it locked up that would be onconvenient. It also allows it to stay on at my desk in case I have to pick up up quickly for an unexpected phone call.
6. Last thing I can think of for now is that I have swapped 3 emails with the developer for help and suggestions. I also tried this app about 6 months ago with my HTC Flyer and find it to be much better now. Probably a lot to do with the device, but I think it has also improved greatly.
I know a lot of people already like LN and many would say that the splitscreen of Snote outweighs all those things. I only hope that being able to use other apps in splitscreen mode will come in the future.
Just wanted to share incase that helps anyone else.