Agreed, Evernote's clipper is too slow for me, and I'm assuming other power users -- it's probably fine for people who only clip a handful of things per day. I'm probably an outlier, but I've been a paying customer for years, and I think it's finally time to bid farewell. There's no selective sync on desktop. The clipping is slow -- rendering the simplified article -> clipping -> syncing easily takes 10+ seconds, per page. As a user, my time is best spent using the information I've collected, not saving it. There are no handwritten notes on the Surface, etc. The things I've tasked it with are unfortunately easily replaced with software I'm already using every day (ex. Google Drive/Docs, iCloud Notes, OneNote, etc.). I've been trialing Pocket for the past two months -- basic clipping is instant (I think they handle a lot of the processing behind the scenes) -- there's no waiting for the page to render, clipping, syncing, more waiting. There's also a third party "Clip all tabs" Chrome extension -- wonderful! It's already saved me countless hours, in just a couple months of use. Evernote's still a trusty little app, good at a lot of things, but not great anymore, and certainly not the best.