Given you said this is for selecting a 3.5 Wizard's daily spell preparations, I can offer the following suggestion.
Every time you level, review your new spells scribed and and spell slot count, and just update 2 or 3 go to lists. The standard I go with is one list for dungeon delving, one for overland travel, and one for downtime/city life. How ever, if your campaign is different, you might want a list for on a boat or a list for when the in-laws are in town... It's your character and you know that's best for them.
That way, you only have to alter a spell list for intel you get ahead of time, and outside of that, you just go with a go to list.
If you need help selecting what spells to scribe or get when you level, I recommend you check out the links attached to this post. It's a great way to answer the question of "What's a good [school] spell to select for level X?"
As for bringing in 4th ed spell cards... that seems like too much hassle for too little pay off. We need a plan that gives you less work, not more.