Long time listener, first time caller. I need to handle a few thousand household papers related to my father-in-law's death. Specifically, I want to throw them away, but my lawyer and a cousin agree that I might need information off them some time in the next 5-10 years. Without boring you with the details of why this is important, they have compelling arguments. So, I'd like to scan them in and shred the originals. These papers are mostly organized, sometimes not only by year, but also by category, but usually only by year. What is organized isn't organized in any way that getting information is easy or quick. I'd really like to scan it all in (searchable OCRed PDF) then sort it out digitally over the next six months, long after selling the building they're currently in. DevonTHINK and Yep look great for keeping track of existing PDFs and searching through them, and that's part of what I need done, but I'd also like to be able to move pages from one file to another (ie from 1999GiantPileOCrap.PDF to 1997-2002CategoryOne.PDF) -- neither of them do that. It's a given that I'll be picking up a scanner with a document feeder, likely an HP one with an attached laser printer (the LaserWriter II is long overdue for the pasture). Is there anything out there for PDF to PDF moves? I won't do Windows under any circumstances -- I'm a Mac Convert and really see no reason to move back.