Does anyone remember Franklin Covey's contribution to the early Tablet PC software stable? @dceggert? It was called TabletPlanner. It was largely an ink driven view of Franklin Planner pages. You could hand write your tasks, use gesture based prioritization and completion strokes. It automatically resorted your list to keep the highest priority unfinished tasks at the top of the list, *AND* when you started the next day, any remaining tasks were waiting at the top of your list. About the time they started to get the sync to calendars working, the Tablet PC market slowed, they lost faith in ink, switched to the "PlanPlus"/Outlook add-in model and died out for want of users (willing to pay?).