Noterize 3.0 came out today (nicely priced at 2.99) and having just played around with it for the past 20 minutes, I can safely say a lot of us who have been looking for the one note taking app to rule them all will not be disappointed. http://ax.itunes.apple.com/us/app/noterize/id364906681?mt=8 Best parts about this app that made me crave it once I read that AppAdvice review last week...What follows is my overly enthusiastic review. -DROPBOX IMPORT AND EXPORT - brilliant. I'm a Db junkie, and apps like CourseNotes and iWork don't allow for easy import/export of documents. This does, and it even has box, google docs, and others that are supported. -Easy PDF annotation inside a note set. Now I can paste in my professor's pdf's easily....there's a web browser similar to GoodReader's that lets you download files...and you can import from Db, box, etc... -Highlighting/Freeform drawing - CourseNotes got highlighting right, but mo freeform drawing was a dealbreakeer for me. I like to doodle small imagers/graphs during lectures to help me better understand. The app lets you switch between text and pen modes easily. Another nice feature also present from CourseNotes is the ability to have a fullscreen text mode...some apps only let you make a text box (you have that option too, lets you make stickies and size them, etc). Haven't tried typing with a BT keyboard yet. -Audio recording - Finally, I love the fact you can record audio in the background on a page by page basis (much like Evernote). Only downside is you can only get the audio off the iPad from iTunes doc sharing, not that big a deal anyway. -Websnaps...clipping webpages is a nice nice touch, especially if you're a wiki-addict as I am! One downside that AppAdvice pointed out is that PDF annotation isn't spectacular, meaning annotations may look a little blurry, from what I've seen at least. As a student, this doesn't bother me a lot, but if you're hardcore about annotating, stick to iAnnotate...Noterize does the job, but it's not the best option for this. Another is the lack of fonts in full screen text mode. You get more in text box mode...another thing that would be nice is the option to bold individual words, but with pen/highlighting, I guess this isn't a big deal. The app exports in PDF format and imports, both PDF and PPT. Overall, I hope I persuaded you to give the app a shot, especially if you're someone who's been unhappy with the current note taking choices out there. Cheers! I hope I didn't come off as a shill (been a member here for two years now).