Do you keep all your old drafts? Once you deem a work to be "finished", is there a point in keeping the versions from every stage of editing? I find myself doing lots of editing, so I wind up with lots of drafts, but once the piece reaches a certain stage, the drafts become clutter. Hard copies, especially, but files too. For example, I sometimes print copies of short stories to edit with a pen. It becomes an essential document to have around for a while, but as soon as the new draft is typed up, the printed version is obsolete, even though I always feel I should keep it just in case I change my mind about something and think "how did I have that before?"