I have a ton of RAW files from my wedding and so I bought Aperture 2 off ebay so that I could edit them. I am wondering if it is worth migrating my iPhoto library over to aperture, or only use aperture for RAW files and then maybe output them to iPhoto. It is hard to know what to make of the dynamic between the two apps, since Aperture doesn't so obviously replace iPhoto, the way FCP does iMovie or Logic does Garageband etc. Since buying Aperture 2, I've learnt that the new Aperture makes it a lot easier to migrate from one to the other, but Aperture 2 was a third of the price of Aperture 3 on ebay, so I couldn't justify the extra expense. If I can upgrade to 4 from 2, I may do that when it comes out. I basically wanna know, workflow-wise, whether: a) you still use iPhoto for non-RAW files? b) you output files from Aperture into iPhoto once processed? c) if your answer to either of the above two questions has changed with the advent of Aperture 3? I don't sync my iPhoto albums with flickr or facebook but I do use facetagging within iPhoto and I am a fan of geotagging, if that makes any difference. Many thanks.