Okay, this is ridiculous. I have been a *very happy* Mac user since switching last August. I love everything about this machine. No problems at all, or nothing I couldn't figure out eventually. Except one thing. I have spent MONTHS looking for a piece of software that will display images as if it were a slideshow, and it is ridiculous that I have not yet found ANYTHING even close. What I am asking for is not that difficult. All I want is a program that will: 1) Display an image in fullscreen with a black background. No dock, no toolbar. Just the image. 2) Move to the next or previous image inside the current folder with arrow keys (or whatever keys, doesn't matter). 3) The ability to rotate an image while it's being displayed, like with the "L" or "R" key. 4) It would be *nice* to have drag and drop capability, such as dragging an image file to the application icon on the dock. That's it! Simple. And yet I am starting to believe it doesn't exist for OSX. I feel that this is an important program to have for the Mac as well. For example, I am a Fine Arts student, and we have begun giving slide lectures recently for a board of directors in the art department. Many of us (including myself) have chosen to digitize our imagery and use the digital projector to present our work. Therefore, I am forced to use a Windows machine (which has plenty of programs that serve this purpose, one is even included with the OS) for my slide lecture. I would be eternally grateful for any suggestions. If anyone has found a program that does these things, I can't tell you how happy I would be. Many thanks in advance.