Congratulations to Jordana. This paper describes how memory-guided  search for targets in natural scenes leads to selective changes in scan paths. Efficient memory-guided search involves initially repeating the scene-specific scan path, but then rapidly deviating from that scan path, presumably marking a ‘short cut’ to the remembered target region. Older adults took longer to break from the repeated scan path, which may relate to their impaired memory for binding items in context.