How do you do that, museislander? noelgama--I was using a quotation and wanted to be able to click back to Evernote for reference, so I decided to give Note Links a try even though I've seldom had luck with them outside of Evernote itself. Mostly I'm adding the links for the future (i.e., post-November rewrite), so I can click back to my sources in Evernote when the time comes. But now that I know they work, I know I'll find some more uses. GrumpyMonkey--so far I haven't felt a real need for greater integration with Evernote and Scrivener. That just may be a reflection of how I work. As someone said earlier, I'm using Scrivener for writing and Evernote for research. In some ways I like having them separate. It gives me some clarity somehow. Then again, I don't yet have an iPad, but I can see how that might change the game. My main mobile device for writing is a weird contraption called a spiral notebook. This actually has turned out to be very helpful, though it was not my preference originally. I got stuck when my laptop monitor died, and I didn't really see any gain in using an iTouch for write-ins. I do the vast majority of my writing early in the morning on the computer at home, but forcing myself to do a few pages by hand every few days really gives me a different perspective.