The two main ways to organize papers are files and binders; either can work fine, so it’s largely a matter of personal preference. Fortunately, end users who prefer binders have a number of choices beyond the basic binders found at every office supply store. The binders from Bindertek have steel-rimmed finger holes to make it easy to pull one out of a shelf—something I’ve never seen the need for, but which might be helpful if the binders were tightly packed on that shelf. The vinyl cover is glued on rather than heat-sealed, to keep the covers from cracking and splitting. The covers also have steel-reinforced bottom edges for extra durability. The rings, which have a lifetime guarantee, have a ball-and-socket design rather than the common zigzag design.   The BestBuilt binders have finger grips for removing one from a crowded shelf. There are large, easy-to-use label pockets; I’m happy to see this, since many end users won’t take the time to fuss with unwieldy label designs. The binders are also deep enough that interior tabs won’t extend beyond the cover. These binders are also designed for durability, with one-piece injection-molded spines and wel...