While I was checking out the amazing photos at WildThingsPhotography.com, I noticed the site is managed by flash software called liveBooks. The software is pretty nice for managing a photography website, and they have three packages: Lite, Folio, and Pro (Folio= $950 and Pro= $3900). Now, I don't know if this stands out to anyone else - but am I alone in being shocked at those prices? One could get Photoshop and Aperture for that much. This software does not edit your photos in any way, it just allows you to manage a website to display them. Don't get me wrong - the software is really nice and definitely worth money for the developer's time - but $3900? That's absurd. Web design is expensive, and a nice, professional, dynamic site can easily exceed that amount. But this is canned software - not custom for each client. Sure, you can customise some colors yourself, but other than that, it's pretty much "stamped and sent out of the factory," and not very unique. Even at $950 a pop for the Folio version is overpriced to astronomical proportions. Am I crazy, or do others think the same as well?