About 9 months ago, I was forced to abandon about 25 active games on RHP, due to employment issues, and a domestic situation that was not chess friendly. As a result, my rating fell off a cliff. Now that things have stablized, I'm ready to begin again. I've tried to keep records of my completed games, as well as a record of my favorite opening lines. These are kept in a card file box, and in a few notebooks. My chess library consists of the 5 ECO volumes, 8 informants, and a few tactics and openings books, as well as the database of Chessmaster 10000 Searching for an opening line that fits the position I'm playing is often cumbersom, and time consuming. I'm not a advocate of blindly following opening lines of books, but finding the opening imformation I'm looking for, as a guide is often difficult when plowing through several volumes, a card file box, a notebook, and a software database. I have a large amount of quality games as a guide, but it's disorganized, and in several different areas. Can anyone suggest a better system than this?