By the way, for Windows users there is also an application that reverses screen colors, so you can see the notes on black background. Either check the option "Reverse colors" in Windows 7 Magnifying Glass, or use something like NegativeScreen. A helpful thing that Evernote could do is post a CSS script with styles for the web version of Evernote to have dark background and semi-white text, for both reading and writing. It would be possible to import such script to Greasemonkey and see notes similar to Clearly. (notes which use colorful text would have this switched off).