I maintain my records and keep receipts and statments as if it was a religion to me, and I would like to see a dedicated, streamlined, open-format electronic document archival and management system for OS X, complete with dedicated high-speed scanner with sheet-feed capability, and ability to scan in full-size pages, such as credit card statements, to small things such as receipts, etc. My dream system would allow me to set the parameters, such as resolution, file-type (pdf), where to save the files, etc. and then just give it a stack of pages and tell it to go for it! Systems would idealy have ability to scan directly into database records, personal finance program, or just save the files to a folder, etc. Some might suggest just using a flatbed scanner and print-to-pdf. This is what I've been doing so far and although it ultimately does what I want it is by no means a high-volume speedy solution. It's very tedius. I would like to be able to come home, stuff the stack of receipts I've accumulated over the day into the system and then forget about them. The system would scan them, save them as PDFs in a folder or into a relational database, and then the scanner would feed them right into a SHREDDER or into a box to be physically archived for a few years ;-) Anyway, anyone know of such a (inexpensive) solution for OS X?