I've just discovered Adobe Lightroom and have spent all day (so far) finding out about it. I downloaded the 30-day trial from adobe.com. Saracenn pointed to http://www.photoshopsupport.com/ligh...tutorials.html which has some super (if a bit fast moving) video tutorials. Here's what I've figured out so far: - very good user interface - covers everything from camera import through image adjustments to web uploading and printing - ability to just use RAW files without having to convert them to jpegs. This means I can avoid having lots of duplicate files on my PC, and just keep the RAWs. - persistent history of editing changes unlike Photoshop - easy keywording and categorisation - "developing" of images singly or in groups - superb black & white conversion facility So far so good. It looks like becoming my main photo management facility. Beats Zoombrowser quite convincingly and with Photoshop it rather kills Canon DPP as well. Anyone else care to shed their experiences so far?