I'm digitizing my office - scanning receipts, payments, etc. Using "Chronicle" to track expenses and attaching screen shot confirmations of payments, and "Home Inventory" to catalog my home belongings with attached scanned receipts (includes my insurance policies, documents purchase dates, warranties, calculates whether I have enough coverage, etc.). I also need to scan/keep digital copies of tax forms, payments, etc. I've read reviews on various app's, from "Neatworks" to "Paperless", and have dabbled in each. I don't want to digitize my files in one system to later discover inadequacies. I need a flexible system with scanning via a traditional scanner or iPhone, custom fields, exporting into various applications such as Quicken or iBank (advice: iBank 5 is a fantastic update, finally replaces Quicken 2007, highly recommend), etc. I'm also considering FileMaker Pro for a home database solution, yet that seems overkill. I would greatly appreciate any recommendations. Thanks! Hope everyone is bunkering down in the northeast US, not good out there.