Hi. I'm a new Mac user. I bought a new MacBook Pro. I have a Nokia N73 camera phone. It's a nice camera phone with a 3.2MP camera. I have iSync working between the Mac and the Nokia for my contacts and calendar. Works well. I figured out how to get that working, but can't figure out how to make iPhoto suck off all of the photos on the camera phone and put them into iPhoto. The best I found while looking on the web is that someone has scripting code to make this work, sorta. And he has the source code to do it. And the article is from 2004. It can't be that difficult - is it? There's an easier way, right? The smug Mac guy on the commercials doesn't look like he does this. I'm coming from the world of Windows. Here's the experience I have on Windows: 1) Turn on Bluetooth on the PC and on the phone. Windows recognizes the phone. 2) Start up Adobe PhotoShop Album and hit "Get Photos -> From Camera Phone". 3) Adobe then finds the camera phone, gets all of the pictures, and asks me if I want to delete them off the phone. Bottom line: it's real easy on a Windows machine. Surely this new expensive Mac has a easy way of doing this...right? What am I doing wrong?