Hi, I recently got a new iMac 21.5". Before filling it with lots of content, I would like to achieve a nice structure. I have been using iPhoto since I got my first Mac in 2004, at the time it worked nicely as I only used it for pictures taken with my camera. Recently though, I use iPhoto to sync my DSLR, Point n' shoot, iPhone and so on. The trouble is however, I have thousands of iPhone pictures in worthless quality. Furthermore, these thousands of pictures from my iPhone and also cameras are then sometimes duplicated in iPhoto, leading to a massive library of unorganized junk. Also when I sync my iPhone with iTunes, I have set it up to sync photos from iPhoto. Therefore photos in iPhoto taken WITH the iPhone (still on the camera roll in iPhone) are copied over to the picture album in the iPhone, creating duplicates in the phone as well. I'd be interested to know how you guys organize your pictures? I think I would like to only use iPhoto for my professional pictures taken with my DSLR, as these are the only pictures I edit (very basic editing). Perhaps the best thing to do would be placing iPhone pictures in normal folders on the hard drive? That would not enable Photo Stream for me though. Perhaps I should just get an external disk to place all pictures on? How do you guys do it? Thanks in advance.