Tomorrow marks exactly six months since Apple announced the death of Aperture and iPhoto. Half a year, 26 weeks, and what do we know about their replacement -- Photos, nothing, zilch! Apparently no one outside of Cupertino has seen it, and no one at Apple is say anything! When you are a serious doing anything on a computer -- photography, music, writing, video, or software development, the software that you get in bed with becomes part of a relationship. If your partner goes out for a pack of cigarettes and is still nowhere to be found after 6 months, the relationship is dead, or at the very least should be! IMHO I think we have passed, quite a while back, a threshold where any serious photographer can have any trust in Apple to have their back, and even if Photos turns out to be a great product with lot of potential, it will be a still-born product for pro and serious amateurs and only adopted casual users and newbies to the art. If this hadn't been such a HUGE PITA for me, it would really be humorous to see how Apple has handled this. Now at best I how Apple has handled the "transition" will make a good case study for business students somewhere.