Here's my situation. I work in local offices, and also at times from my home office. I have a Mac Pro in the home office and a MacBook Pro I take with me to the outside offices. I am transitioning toward a paperless office - for obvious reasons - and have a Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300. However, I can't figure out which program to use to store my data. I need something that can accommodate PDFs, web archives, bookmarks and graphic files. I need it to be accessible from both of my computers, wherever I may be. I need OCR capabilities. I need some kind of import/clipping function from Safari. And I need relatively robust search and organizational capacity. All of the programs I mentioned above do some of what I mentioned above well, but none of them do all of it well. DevonThink would be my first choice for sure if I only used one computer, but it has no cloud-based sync and is not a good option for using with multiple computers. Yojimbo is very close - it has MobileMe sync, good import functionality, good organizational options and is lightweight and fast. But it has no OCR capabilities, which is a dealbreaker for me. Evernote has everything I listed, but I hate that it doesn't have smart folders/collections/groups or any hierarchical method of organizing my data. While I appreciate tags, I don't like that as the sole means of organization. Are there any other programs I'm missing? One option I've considered is selling my Mac Pro and upgrading my MacBook Pro so I just have the one computer. But I do a fair amount of digital photography and I'm reluctant to give up the processing power of my Mac Pro.