Hi everyone, I`ve spent a bunch of time looking at note-taking and mind-mapping software on macupdate.com and feel a bit confused about which applications actually do what I need. I`m looking for a simple program for taking notes. Not just bulleted lists, but ideas growing into pages and pages of text. I need to be able to create hierarchies with multiple levels - and a decent number of them - to organize my thoughts into categories and sub-categories (and sub-sub... etc). No fancy formatting features are required. A simple text search function would be nice. I`ve been using Notes Guru, but I can`t create a hierarchy and I can`t re-order my notes: they just show up in order of creation date. Being able to order folders alphabetically would be lovely. I`m using OSX with an Intel processor. What I`m looking for seems pretty simple, so it`d be nice to find an inexpensive or free program that`s stable and isn`t bloated with features I don`t need. I`m wondering if a program made for writers like Scrivener would best do what I want. If it`s going to cost money, though, decent search and tagging functions, as well as basic text and paragraph formatting options, would be useful. Any advice appreciated!