I don't know about the rest of you, but I have been in the habit of databasing my DVD collection (and VHS before it) in my computer (Microsoft Access) in order to track and be able to print out listings of movies alphabetically, by genre, even by actor. However, I find that whenever I print out a list (which can run 40 pages), it is out of date within a week. So, I was thinking that a good option would be to have a personal handheld device which stores all the info and can be updated (directly or by the computer) with new movies purchased. This way, there is no wasting of paper and the list can always be kept up to date. A side benefit would be that the handheld device could be used for other applications besides the movie database. Is this possible? I know little of these devices - I do know they have versions of word and excel, but not of access. I suppose one could export an access file to a word file for the device, but that wouldn't be as good as some sort of database on the device itself. Has anyone attempted something like this? It would seem pretty cool to be able to hand a visitor a PDA and get him or her to review and select a movie to watch from the device instead of an out of date binder.