Hi everyone, I'm a photographer and I have tens of thousands of photographs. The way I classify them is the following: Each shoot has its separate folder, and within that are two folders: Originals and Retouched. Every photograph I consider finished is retouched in Photoshop, and therefore has a modified version in the Retouched folder. The reason this is important to say is because Aperture does not allow me to do this. Aperture insist on having one version of each image, and it replaces every original with its retouched version, and hides the original. I would like to use Events, which I love because it uses big icons to represent each "folder", but it seems that I cannot put two folders (Originals and Retouched) in an event, just one big flow of photos, mixing all the originals and modified version together. I retouch everything in Photoshop, even the smallest things such as cropping, so all the correction features of Lightroom and Aperture are useless to me. I love Adobe Bridge because it does not "Import" anything, it just views files in the folder structure I put them in. I can also have full screen previews by pressing Space, which is great. The only problems with Bridge are that it's very slow and it has a quite glitchy (and ugly) interface (that's Adobe...). So I'm looking for something that would do almost everything that Bridge does, but would be a more "native-to-the-Mac" interface, and would run much faster with less bloat, and no unnecessary functions (like Aperture). Also I hate libraries and I hate importing images, and if Bridge doesn't have to do that than I don't see why other applications should. Basically, here's what it would need to do: Be a quick file browser oriented towards Photography Versatile thumbnail views Labels Instant full screen previews Drag & Drop to and from Finder and Applications Must read all image file formats including RAW and PSDs Any suggestions? Thanks!