Evernote used to do what I needed it to do. It did a lot of things I didn't need, but they didn't get in the way. Assuming that a major upgrade to a wonderful product would be better, I made the horrible mistake of upgrading to v5. Thank all the gods, of any kind, that I have Time Machine and use it!! I agree with every negative comment on v5 I have read, here and elsewhere. I used to recommend this software to other authors. I will no longer do so. I will not upgrade again unless I am certain it has been restored to the full functionality it once had, but no longer does. When it comes time to renew my contract, I will be voting with my credit card—or not! Microsoft decided that the interface to Word hadn't been changed in too long a time, so they broke what was a very functional interface and loaded the program with garbage. Several versions later, they are retracing their steps, though they still have a long way to go. I suggest, as others here have, that you admit that, "It seemed like a good idea at the time, but that turned out not to be the case," and fix what you just broke.