In essence, if this little guy's performance is analogous to other larger capacity Fujitsu scanners, I'm going to switch completely to Fujitsu for all of my desktop sized document imaging/OCR'ing requirements. I use a Documate 262 (duplex sheet fed) at work, a Brother MFC (duplex sheet fed) at home and this one for when I'm away from home/office. I've had to use desktop scanners for projects that technically require much higher grade paper handling/imaging equipment, but it also allows me to really get a feel for things that work or not.I pulled this out to see how it would do after getting Microsoft'd again with a recent primary computer upgrade which included Windows 10, which has caused all my other scanners to no longer work and trying this was a ""Hail Mary"" before risking a purchase of another desktop grade document scanner. Thanks to Microsoft, I'm now using it, for now, as my go-to general purpose scanner for receipts, bills, invoices, etc although, sometimes it is a little painful that it's not duplex, but this thing is a life saver. Before that, I've had it on the side for about three years for trips And on-the-spot imaging tasks. Its image quality has ALWAYS performed well beyond my expectations and saved me countless hours of data cleaning.General Performance:Between the software and the hardware, everything I've put through this scanner images straight even when most other sheet-feed scanners would leave the images really crooked. The images are surprisingly good; in fact, if you don't have a well-defined requirement for high volume duplex imaging, you should give this some serious consideration. I thought, for sure, this thing would produce crooked images (especially with receipts), but the deskewing algorithms in the software are very good and I'm extremely picky on image quality vs. OCR processes.Data Collection Performance:The pre-packaged software has performed very well for me. I initially purchased it to expedite data collection of materials that had to be destroyed immediately after analysis was complete. So only printed documents are provided. This scanner reduced a day and a half of 6 people manually collecting and double checking data to about 1 minute to get the data from paper to CSV (or XLXS), and about 10-15 minutes of cleaning and QA to get started on analysis. That is a HUGE benefit that allowed us to cut the number of people sent on the trip and the number of days we have to pay people to be there and this is for data with a zero tolerance for error.I cannot attest to how well this scanner will work with other vendors' software such as an OCR data collection system (I use TeleForm, and InputExcel in the past), so my recommendation is to use the software from Fujitsu and use that get your images into whatever format you need, and then transfer into whatever specialized system you perform whatever other processing is needed. After all, this scanner is just insurance for situations like that.The receipt scanning software is very clean minimal correction needed. The only corrections I've had to do so far is for novel receipt formats that have more than one tax lines (thank you Utah) that aren't just aggregated into a single number that can't be unpacked and accounted for without performing a regression analysis on every line item in every receipt.My only issue with the receipt scanning software is (and I've only just started using it, so this may already be possible), I would like to add columns for tips, and receipts that have more than one tax broken out. That way it'd be easier to account for what sales tax was actually paid. Such is the curse of being a quantitative analyst I can't stop myself from analyzing things just a little bit more accurately.