Look what iPhoto does. This is from article below. I am blown away by this news. http://maccentral.macworld.com/news/0201/08.reaction.php The new iMac is amazing looking," said Bass. "I see so many people with monitors on phone books to get the height right for them. It's about time someone in industrial design took note." Bass however took Apple to task for some limitations he discovered in iPhoto after rushing home to download it. "I can't find a way to view existing files [that I've imported] by their real names so I can't easily find them on my hard drive. And I can't add them as an attachment in email, which is probably the most common form of picture sharing." "More troubling," he adds "is how it handles my files. After importing my media folder, I now have a folder called 'iPhoto Library' in my 'home/username/pictures/' directory. Size? 1.29Gb." He points out that unlike iTunes, there's no way to make iPhoto link to separate media sources which means pictures can't be stored on second drives, or in multiple folders. He also pointed out that iPhoto keeps a copy of each file manipulated through the browser. "This means that if I were to import a batch of files, and then rotate them, I would end up with the original folder of images, and copy of that folder that would be twice as large."