Graphic/Web Designer seeks elegant, simple, yet robust project management application. So after months of off/on searching the web (macrumors, iusethis, etc) I've previewed nearly everything remotely related, but what I am looking for just doesn't seem to exist! Here's some background: I use Billings to track my time, invoices, etc. It's a beautiful program, that *functions* as good as it looks. But it doesn't really "manage" projects. I use The Hit List for tasks, but again, it has no timeline. It's perfect for personal use, but not what I need for professional use. There's OmniPlan, but that's got a lot of overhead, just to get a timeline (gantt chart) which is one feature I'm really looking for. Then there's Schoolhouse. It's designed for coursework, but has a lot of the features needed for a basic project management tool, not to mention a well-designed UI. Billings and The Hit List both manage deadlines, but don't handle the process. OmniPlan handles everything, but is far too complex for a one-man shop, and doesn't integrate with my existing services. Schoolhouse manages simple small projects, but despite it's nice UI and ideal scope, it's not designed to manage professional projects. I suppose I'm searching for a project management application that is easy-to-use, has a well-designed (and Mac-like) interface, and has a smaller scope than OmniPlan. Does anyone know if the above exists, or if it's just a pipe dream? What have you used?