So, after many years of using EndNote, I recently made the switch to Papers2 because I wanted something that was better for working cross platforms. Papers2 is great in some ways, it is much more intuitive and less cumbersome than EndNote, and it's great to be able to use citekey references in Scrivener as well as other apps on my MBA. In some ways, this app is supersmart. However, in the area where I first and foremost needed an alternative (referencing/citation), I'm finding it anything from slightly annoying to a royal pain in the a**. Being used to importing references from journal sites and google scholar with just a couple of clicks, the amount of extra work I need to put in now to edit distorted meta data is seriously off putting. I've tried the different ways of importing shown in their video tutorials and I've also been in contact with their (friendly and helpful) customer service, but it doesn't seem at this point that I'm doing anything wrong - or am I??? I'm also wondering whether importing references is generally easier on a mac than in windows. I'd love to hear from Papers2 users who have found a smooth way of doing this/ a good workflow for Papers. The thing is that I don't really need their document organiser and annotation capacities - I have other apps (primarily a file system in DropBox which is mirrored in iAnnotate on my iPad) taking care of that very well. So, I predominantly need Papers as a citation manager and good, cross platform cite while you write functionality. Any advice or success stories would be greatly appreciated.