Re-reading Davids book. I follow GTD strictly. I dont apply alot of innovation. I do it the way he says to do it. I use the standard lists @agenda, @office, @calls, etc. I figure David and the team has done most of the thinking for me, so why reinvent the wheel. Here is where I have a major deviation, and Im totally considering a full filing reboot to be more GTD Orthodox! David CLEARLY recommends AGAINST the all in one file approach. He is specific as to why, and leave no room for ambiguity. He is opposed to dumping everything in one "cabinet" and using the powerful digital search methods. He extends this philosophy across, paper, digital(evernote) and EMAIL filing. Instead he strongly encourages an A-Z filing method. Interestingly he uses this in Paper, Digital(evernote), and Email. So this is the one area where (for unknown reason) I must think I have a better or easier way of doing it. Has anyone implemented the A-Z approach across all media formats (paper digital and email)? Has this been a major improvement over past methodologies. I have not had any real problems using the evernote search feature to find what I am looking for, however I cant get past the idea that if this was the best way to file, well thats what david would be doing, instead he specifically advising against it! thoughts appreciated!