I've been playing for the last week or so with workarounds for an InBox. What works for me is to have a shortcut on the right-click SendTo menu in windows, pointing at a previously created pinned Thought in my Brain. (I've renamed the SendTo shortcut to 'BrainInBox' - the actual Brain file folder in the windows filing system is along the lines 5DC7C5EE-EC73-92A4-8765-0F0.......) . As files reach me during the day, I can rightclick them into the BrainInBox - whether PB is open or not - until the right time to go into my Brain and deal with them. This also works for other key thoughts – eg a brainThought and related SendTo shortcut for a few current key projects. With the Brain folder on a shared network drive, other people can have their own right-click SendTos as well, so can contribute documents to my Brain, directly to Thoughts relevant to their role or project, although only I can open the brain itself - ie it is installed only on my PC. I still use other apps for choices with capture on the go, on iPhone, from web, etc . I also useTablet PC ink notes extensively. To get images of these handwritten notes, ink notes etc into PB, I use the free screen capture Jing, with Jing’s default save folder set to be my 'InBoxScreenCapture' Thought in PB. This allows me to take snapshots of my notes. Jing autonames and autosaves them all directly into PB, so it only takes a few seconds. In PB, when I'm ready to organise, I drag these image files out of the InBox 'foster parent' attachment window as child thoughts, as in the screendump, then use the hover image preview to decide which Thoughts to move where. Jing automatically names files with date and time, which I often leave even when rehomed to an appropriate parent Thought, retagged, etc. It probably reads as quite complicated, but is quick and easy in practice - and reliable so far.