+Mickey Mellen +Brad Iroff
I'm not an +Asana
user (other than brief tests) at this point but I've always found the Clients / Projects hierarchy to be a conundrum. Lists within lists are tough and in many cases things can get lost (out of sight, out of mind). But then again, we could have several projects per Client and then hundreds of tasks per project.
A great example of this would be Omnifocus. I used OF for a long time but it's so easy to get lost in subs, of subs, of subs. Keeping tidy lists is tough and then you throw tags onto the heap. It can get messy for even people who are very organized.
Finally, my struggle is that in my role I use systems like this very differently. If I were a coder, a designer, or even a project manager, I could have lots of discrete tasks and manage them. But I'm seeing so many areas of the business that there's too much cross over in GTD-ish rules and priorities can change on a dime. So, I guess I'm still looking...