I would like to start scanning all of my old files (credit card statements, bank statements, utility bills) into searchable PDFs to store on my computer rather than in dusty file boxes. I'm wondering, what's the best method for going about this? I currently have the HP 6200 which comes with Readiris 9 OCR software. I was able to scan an old bill into the Readiris OCR but I couldn't then get it to save as a PDF. Not only does it seem sluggish, but when I tried scanning straight to PDF (without first going through the OCR), I couldn't get the multiple pages of the bill to scan into one PDF file (each page was sent to it's own PDF file even though I sent the bill's pages through the automatic document feeder). My ideal solution would be something that's more automated: I stick a bill into the scanner and my computer automatically creates a searchable PDF. I'm not opposed to buying new equipment/software if that will make the job any easier since I have a lot of files that I would like to turn into PDFs. NeatReceipts is coming out with a mac version in a few weeks. Would that be a good option or should I consider a more robust scanner? thanks!