I think clipboard managers will become an integral part of all password managers. For anyone who doesn't use one already, a clipboard manager is a simple software that stores your last x number of copied items in a history that's easily accessible via keyboard shortcut, just like normal paste. Unlike the one built-into Microsoft Office products, a system-wide clipboard manager can access everything you copy across your computer. I installed one off Github and have been using that, and although I've confirmed via firewall monitoring that the program does not have internet access, I'd obviously want to use one made by a company that stores passwords and touts security, rather than one that was made by some random person on the internet, as this software would naturally be a sought-after target for malicious agents. For this Github version, instead of Ctrl + V or Cmd + V to paste the last thing I copied, I click Cmd + Shift + V to open a drop down menu where my cursor is, and use keyboard shortcuts to navigate to the item I want. With a million different passwords and a bunch of other things I copy, it has saved me hours of my life. As of right now, I love Lastpass, I love the Chrome extension and it's ease of accessibility via keyboard shortcuts, so I would love to see LogMeIn develop a clipboard manager — it would definitely push me over the edge to purchasing a subscription.