I have the Jeppview subscription, which is the CD subscription service. I get a CD in the mail every two weeks, and occasionally a paper packet with enroute or area charts.
What I have done is to make my own mini-binder of charts for airports I most often fly to. When I get a new CD, I look at the “revisions” section to see if any of my charts have been affected. If so, I print out the new one and replace the old. I can of course print out a chart for any airport that I don’t already have printed, which, after use, I may put in my binder or I may throw away.
Another nicety is that the charts print in terrain-contour colors and you can print a large version of the chart - about 50% bigger than typical chart size. This is nice for my presbyopic eyes!
A disadvantage is that I may not have a chart printed and in my mini-binder for an airport I need to dump into in an emergency. For now, I have a Garmin 295 VFR GPS that has all the airport info I need as well as the approach fixes and courses but does not have altitudes, holding patterns, missed approaches, etc. I figure I can get the info from ATC if I need it, but there still is a risk, e.g., the emergency is that I have no comm. When I get my Cirrus this situation will improve somewhat, as all the IFR approach info will be there, except altitudes.
Yeah, I can have my laptop with the Jeppview CD available but as a practical matter I can’t imagine trying to use that in an emergency.
So the longer range plan is to make use of the availability of approach plate display on the MFD when it becomes available.