As an notebook fanatic pur sang he compared our Midori Traveler's Notebook to the notebooks he gathered and used over the years.
In the first picture posted above, he compared the Midori Traveler's Notebook with a small booklet he used from 1987 to 1990 for ideas, address and phonenumbers.
In the second picture he compared the Midori Traveler's Notebook with the Filofax he used in 1997-2000. He especially focuses on the compartments of the Filofax and compared it against the Midori Traveler's Notebook 007 Cardfile.
He concludes that Midori Traveler's Notebook is a versatile and practical notebook, due to all its possibilities refill-wise. He applauds the archive-system of the concept: a kraft binder to store up to 5 paper refills (more info here). He favors our notebook above the one he currently is using in respect to look en feel.
Although Midori Traveler's Notebook 'outperforms' all other notebooks in his comparison on versatile reasons, he will first use all his dvee-notebooks he has bought in bulk before. With this bulk-deal he had envisioned all his ideas stored neatly on a bookshelf in identical notebooks.
I like his idea, and can relate to this vision. My envisioned library, would be with Midori Traveler's Notebook Binders only.