I have raised these elsewhere, but just spotted this post: Tagging!!! You definitely need to be able to tag natively in Penultimate - why have to go to Evernote to do it? And if there's no tagging, what's the point of syncing to Evernote? Ideally, you should be able to tag a notebook and/or a page Select the Evernote folder for individual notebook on a per notebook basis. Again, why have to go to Evernote to do this? It's just another step. These folders should apply to Penultimate too, so the home page shows any Evernote folder which has a Penultimate note in, allowing me to quickly find the right note. Import, import import! It would be so useful to be able to import an email, a pdf, a spreadsheet, whatever, just like you can in Evernote, but with the additional advantage of being able to annotate. Example: I phoned a support company and took copious notes in Penultimate. They then sent me emails, I'd love to be able to easily tie them together in Penultimate. The thinnest ink setting is not thin enough, on the writing paper "Narrow Rule" you can hardly make out lowercase letters. We shouldn't have to lift our palms to click on the undo button. If I make a mistake while taking notes in a meeting, I need it to be as quick and fluid as possible to edit, so I don't miss anything I should be noting down. With the selection tool, you should be able to change the attributes of the selected writing - pen colour, width etc. Also, the selection tool could do with being a little more intelligent, I don't suppose you store pen strokes in Penultimate, but if writing on lines, when you try and select text, it's often a struggle to pick up the tops of tall letters without also picking up the tails of the line above, or the tails of letters without picking up the tops of tall letters on the line below. If the pen strokes themselves aren't selected, then at least it should be looking at collecting the connected ink, and not little snips of ink that the user wouldn't want selected.Items 1 & 2 I consider critical. Without them, Penultimate misses the whole point of Evernote. Item 3 is highly desirable, but for Penultimate to have no pdf import is a tragedy. Of course I could take up my storage space by doing a screenshot of a pdf, page by page, but what a waste!