There are a LOT of ways our there to plot. She even provides a link to an interesting post by another author on an index card method.
I love plotting. It's actually one of my favorite things about the whole writing process. I'm an organization and office supply junkie, like Roni, so I think that's part of it. I keep a notebook that goes with me EVERYWHERE in my purse. The purse I have is big enough to fit the notebook, my Nook, and all of my other crap. It's specifically why I bought this purse, lol.
Since I write paranormal romance, so to keep everything together for myself, I split the notebooks into sections (plot, characters, random musings (this is where I jot down things as they come to me), and a monstropedia where I keep track of all of my immortal beings traits.
In my notebook, I can highlight and post-it tab to my heart's content. Plus, it's nice to have something I can just grab if I need to reference something. I'd be more inclined to tell you to keep a binder and use loose-leaf paper because you can put things in order, even if you make revisions later.
I think you'd enjoy plotting. It's nice to be able to just sit and think, let words just fall out of a pen, and know that the notebook is really just for your eyes only.
Plus, one added thing. As I'm writing, I'm scrapbooking my journey through the process. The things that are in my notebook, when I finish, will go into the scrapbook. If I ever get published, maybe one day my writing scrapbook will be worth something to someone other just me.
SO, ARE YOU A PLOTTER OR A PANSTER? HAVE TRIED THE OTHER METHOD AND DO YOU THINK YOU'D BE ABLE TO SWITCH METHODS EASILY IF YOU HAD TO?