Folks, I am in the process of tidying up 70 years worth of production documentation (die/tool/other) drawings and documents for a technical ceramics manufacturer. I am also establishing/developing "modern" procedures, processes, and standards for our drawings/models/etc. (part of why I've been asking lots about 2D Drawing functions) To put it nicely, there is sh1t scattered everywhere. Folders here, folders there (both physical, and on our server). It is an unorganized mess. Eventually this legacy stuff needs to be cleaned up. The FOB is cleaning up the drawings for our Top 25 running parts, while also creating all new part/tool drawings to said standards/practices. I am very concerned about Document and Revision Control. I have only seen "M-Files" mentioned on here as something that might be able to accomplish what I need. I do have a few questions though. 1) How well do Alibre and M-Files play together? 2) I assume that M-Files can store/organize any type of file I would want to put in there? (.AD_PRT, .doc, .pdf, .tiff, etc.) 3) Can the M-Files structure be in way that I would choose? (Part Name would be the highest level, with each drawing/doc associated with it located beneath) 4) Read/Write access based on Windows profile privileges? I"m sure I forgot something. Any advice or thoughts are much appreciated.