I found a tidy little summary about keeping yourself organized with Scrivener over on MacWorld.com. It talks about reorganizing your work, "Files in the Binder can be chapters, sections, scenes, beats, or whatever you want. This is one of the important aspects of Scrivener, one which helps free you from the fetters of linear composition." And probably one of the most powerful features, the "Scrivenings" view mode. It lets you combine and edit multiple documents as if it were one big document. Among other things.