Up until now I've always advocated the idea of going paperless and tried my best to do so, but simply haven't had the right tools at my disposal; as a result I've found myself falling by the wayside and allow my paper to build up - A traditional flatbed scanner simply isn't convenient enough to go paperless! I stumbled across this article last night which not only reignited my determination to get rid of all my paper, but instilled a degree of confidence that I could stay paperless. For me the biggest challenge is having to sit at my PC and scan everything in. Sometimes I just physically can't be bothered and other times I just mentally can't be bothered dealing with the software side of things (scanning, renaming, organizing). I just find the whole process so mundane and repetitive, so I often let my paper pile up with the idea that I will "eventually" just spend one day on the weekend doing everything in one hit; this day seldom comes. In light of this, I realize that what I really need in order to go paperless is a system where I can very easily just grab a sheet of paper and run it through a scanner, without having to mess about with any hardware/software. That being said - Finding out about this Doxie device is exciting news! The prospect of having a completely wireless device where I can just feed a piece of paper through and have it automatically go to my PC is very appealing. Before jumping the gun though, I figured it might be best to hear from others who have already gone paperless and see if there's better devices/solutions. So, for those of you who have already gone paperless - What do you use? So far I've come across: Doxie - Currently my top choice, seems well priced and featured. Fujitsu Scan Snap - Going to do a little reading on soon. Neat Scanner - Bit pricey, it also looks to use it's own app which I'd like to try avoid. Dropbox/Evernote seem a better solution.