Yes, same situation. Solution was to hurry up and buy Evernote Pro while there is still a member discount.
I actually struggled with the same thing. I own OneNote 2007 and like it a lot. But, I wanted to carry my data around with me. Evernote has a portable version as well as a desktop version. (You have to buy both
, $20 each with the discount). I bought both just a couple of days ago. One thing I find I like in Evernote that OneNote doesn't have is auto-filter categories. In other words, I can tell Evernote that anything I clip with the words "Ribs" will go to my "BBQ" category. On the other hand, I like OneNote's interface a bit more, but I am starting to get used to Evernote's also.
I said above that you have to buy both, but that is inaccurate. You only need both if you want to synchronize databases between a desktop and portable version.