I'm looking to go paperless next year and want something that can handle small volumes of (2 sided) work in a home environment with light office. Below are a few that pop out - but one thing seems to be consistent among most of the comments I read - software for scanners is super outdated or doesn't work at all. Fujitsu ScanSnap often comes up - S1500M (Mac only model) $415 - 50 sheet ADF S1300i $260 - 10 Sheet ADF...if it only took 20. The direct competitor to S1500 is - Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 $330 - 75 sheet ADF 1500M supposedly might come with Adobe Acrobat but a version so old it's maybe for Leopard or something. Useless. 1500M has a limit of 14" length for scanning a document and cannot handle different sizes in one batch. GTS50 can go up to 36" in length and is less prone to jams or double feeding, and can adapt to different sizes in one batch. There's lots of individual reviews out there, but I'm wondering SPECIFICALLY about the usability of the software for the MODERN OSX - Lion and beyond in current scanners on the market - while staying in a realistic consumer level budget.