No John1109, I never found a program for mac w/ the PP features I liked and used. PageManager is similar to PP and there is a version for mac. I downloaded and tried both the windows version and the mac version. However, the mac version lacked the page straightening function that the windows version had. The convert to pdf function also did not work on my mac for stacked files. I emailed NewSoft to check whether the straighten function was in the paid version and they said they were "working" on adding the straighten function to the mac version. So I didn't purchase PageManager.
I am currently running PaperPort 9 prof in a virtual machine [VirtualBox] on my mac. Altho I think I could set up the scanner to scan into the VM and maybe into PaperPort I haven't tried to set that up yet. I scan using the mac scanner drivers, but I use PP to straighten, stack and convert to pdf. PP runs better in my winxp VM on the mac than it did when I ran it on a winxp pc.
There's a 30 day trial version of PageManager 9 SE for mac via CNET
you can try and see if it works for you. It makes a My PageManager folder and opens its "desktop" from that folder - very similar to PP. I can't remember if you can add other folders to the desktop like you can w/ PP. NewSoft seems more user friendly than Nuance, so I'm hoping they get the bugs out of PageManager and I can switch at some point.