Yes, the PocketMod is pretty neat and definitely makes a good little booklet. Trying that out is what led me to the method I described above. The advantages to a folded hipster is that they are a little faster to make and can be quickly unfolded and laid flat to see all the pages at once and all right-side-up or to use the back of the sheet. The back could be pre-printed with contacts or whatever or left blank for notes. It also can be printed from any computer without installing software. But the PocketMod is definitely more book-like. By the way, printing a folded hipster 6 pages per sheet also works well and is a bit smaller that way.