I use(d) Evernote in two distinct ways. One was taking and reading notes. Fine, I'll use any of dozens of similar apps for that, no problem. The other is that I scanned tons of documents and tagged and titled them in Evernote. They were saved as PDF, and while most were receipts and bills that I deleted when I was done with them, others weren't. For example, I still have manuals for some of my appliances in there (downloaded as PDF, not scanned), my diploma from school, references from jobs and tons and tons of other stuff. So now I have to move all of this somewhere else. I don't mind paying, but not monthly. I would prefer to store it in Dropbox rather than a web service. I need access from a Mac, an iPad, possibly an iPhone when they launch the new one, and an Android phone until then. Obviously I've looked at OneNote, but it's sync-only, and for this purpose the sync SUCKS. I'll scan it on the mac and insert it, and the week after I'm still not able to access it from the phone. So far the best solution has been a good folder hierarchy and file naming on Dropbox itself, but it's just not good enough when I need to find something fast on the phone.