Hey all. I hope I'm posting in the right place. I'm looking for a new notetaking app for classes. I'm currently using Notability for notetaking as well as InClass for my to-do list and schedule management, both of which I'm really enjoying, but there's a few features I wish at least one of thiem had that I haven't found in other apps I've tried. So I'm asking for suggestions. Here's some things that I'm really looking for that are both present and not present in either of these two apps alone that I'd like to see in a replacement app: -Ability both to type and to draw/use handwriting. -Wristguard while handwriting, since I drop my hand on the page when I write -That thing where your handwriting is automatically shrunk to fit the notes page -Bullets, sub-bullets, sub-sub-bullets, italics and bold fonts -Ability to include images, as well as graphs and charts -The ability to post my schedule and file my notes accordingly -A built-in to-do list with notification reminders -Dropbox integration (or any commonly used file storage similar to it). -(Optional) A cross-platform app for use on my iPhone as well, just so I can review my notes even more on the go than is convenient with the iPad. -Finally, and this would probably be the toughest, the ability to store my files (or in this case, my professors files) in-house. In order to be a true all-in-one organizer, I would have to be able to store lectures and a syllabus, be it in a word document or PowerPoint, in the same app. I'm not opposed to reformatting them into PDF's or something if I have to. Does something like this exist, or is this all asking too much?