Looking for any opinions on Adobe Premier Elements vs iMovie. My video editing consists mainly of home movies (sports, birthdays, kids, etc...). Most were shot on a Canon HD Camcorder but I've recently switched to shooting video on my Nikon D750. I don't need extensive video editing capability but I also do not appreciate overly simplified software (dumbed down). I do actually edit and like to have choices. I've used iMovie since it came out and have been generally satisfied with it. When iMovie 9 came out I upgraded and I believe it may have been the worst software experience I've ever had with Apple. I went back to 8 and have been using it since. I need to move on though. I've narrowed my choices to iMovie 10 and Premier Elements. Both should meet my editing needs. Premiere Elements feels a little old school but has a lot of tools and options. At first I didn't really understand how to use the Elements Organizer but it's basically a build your own DAM and the Organizer can access it. It's on sale for $59 so that's good. In general I haven't been a fan of Adobe interfaces or menus but I kind of trust them more than Apple at the moment as far as supporting the software. iMovie 10 has a very up to date interface and is of course tightly integrated with OSX (Apple TV and IOS as well). I think they have fixed most of the things I hated about iMovie 9. Since the organization is now pretty much like the Aperture Library system I now understand it. It has all the bells and whistles I need and now all the export options are good. Bottom line...since iMovie 9 and the death of Aperture I'm not sure I trust Apple to continue supporting quality photo/video software. iMovie 10 will be $14.99 for me. I can't decide at this point. It's hard to tear yourself out of the Apple ecosystem after all this time and lose that integration. I do feel that Adobe has more skin in the game in regards to supporting the software though. Any thoughts?