Classical peer review will not change in its essentials in the online/open-access age, but it will become faster, cheaper and more efficient to implement. Papers will be submitted by depositing them in the journal's website or the author's institutional website. Many authors will elect to make their preprints publicly accessible, either on the journal's website or on their institutional website. Referee selection will be aided by online searches of the open-access literature and sometimes by calls-for-referees to targetted specialist lists. Referees will access the manuscripts online and submit their reports online, and editorial dispositions will be done online. Self-selected commentary may sometimes supplement (but not substitute for) the editor-appointed refereed. After publication, a similar system can be used for open peer commentary, and authors' responses. Article download and citation impact will be tracked from the preprint onward by online scientometric engines.