Sorry all, But before we leave the subject of digital photography, I did want to recommend, since the subject had been broached, an excellent 'asset' management program. An asset is any digital file and can be a sound, a picture, a wav file, etc.--many, many different formats. The name of the program is Cumulus and is produced by Canto, found on the web at http://www.canto.com/. You can even try a demo copy before buying at http://22.214.171.124/Cumulus/Standard/index.jsp (I have no financial interest in this company, by the way) What this program does is provide a way to sort and group images in any way that you want without having to make multiple copies of the image, i.e. without duplicating the file. The file is stored in a particular location, usually on your hard drive in numerical order (a number is usually automatically assigned by the digital camera). Then, in Cumulus you can group the images in any way that you want, for example, by type of image, plant, animal, people, landscape, trip, or whatever. These general groups can also have subgroups arranged in any way that you choose, family, genus and species, or shade, sun, rock garden, color, close-up or distant shot, or whatever. The same image can be placed in any number of locations, but they all reference back to the same one image in one location. All of the information about the image is automatically reference in the program, e.g. the size of the file, the date shot, etc. and there is a notes field for additional information, plus you can even enter fields of your own choosing, if you like. You can save slide shows, for example (or should I say "image presentations" in case people go completely digital) and you will always know what slides that program consists of and be able to reconstruct it easily. It is a really powerful and fun program and I have not really scratched the surface. It is also very reasonable in cost. I believe that I paid $40 for it for an on-line download. I am not sure what they are charging now, but I'm sure it is still a good buy. Try it, you'll like it! P.S. If any of this is not clear, I will be happy to try to elucidate. Ernie O'Byrne Northwest Garden Nursery 86813 Central Road Eugene OR 97402-9284 USA Phone: 541 935-3915 FAX: 541 935-0863 Eugene, Oregon is USDA Zone 8a on the map, but we can only grow Zone 7 plants reliably. Member of NARGS, SRGC, RHS, American Primula Society, Meconopsis Group, Alpine-L, Arisaema-L, Hellebore Group "Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal." -- Martin Luther King, Jr.