You mention that you expect more action items after your weekly review. Do you ever take actions off action lists and put them on "someday" or the tickler/agenda?
I use the due date to show when the action showed up. (because this seems to be the date field that synchs reliably). This way I can easily see tasks that have been hanging around and get a feel for how reliable my action list is. (WHY didn't I call the dentist in August when I first suspected I'd lost a filling? @shops: Lay in Ibuprofen for christmas!)
I dont have the book with me, but I seem to recall that GTD is supposed to work with 50-100 actions across the contexts. Or is that projects? (@home: check number of actions).
Jason, in your coaching, how many open actions do you find people can aspire to have on lists before they lose the ability to set priorities intuitively?
On the Palm, can you filter by "no category"? I used to have an @me context, but by definition this is the stuff I can do without any other context, so no category works as well.
Thanks and regards,