+1 for native Linux client. I'll give NixNote2 a try, but my experience with NixNote (1) was decidedly suboptimal. I can't use Everpad because it flat-out refuses to import all of my data. (I have quite a lot of notes, you see.) It's also not very feature-rich (not even a search? come on) and corrupts the formatting on my notes. Evernote has typically worked fine under Wine, but the screen clipper doesn't work, and clicking on links in documents opens Wine's version of IE rather than my system browser. I've been a subscriber to Evernote for five years, but as I've recently migrated to a Linux environment, I don't think I'll be renewing if there isn't some movement towards a native Linux client.