So I've graduated from iPhoto to Aperture 3 now. Aperture seems to be iPhoto on steroids, but still pretty easy to use, save a few technical things I still have to get the hang of. Apple even encourages the move to Aperture, and after three years of using iPhoto and some editing software I'm ready to *really* make my photos look good. I love the retouch and skin smoothing tools. Making older relatives look twenty years younger and making it look natural is an absolute blast at family get-togethers! It's as if these tools were designed with skin/facial correction in mind. Questions: I've followed Apple's instructions on how to consolidate my iPhoto Library with Aperture. All good. Except when I open iPhoto it still has all my photos, but there is no longer an "iPhoto Library" in my Pictures folder. How do I cut iPhoto out of the equation? I no longer want to use it, nor do I want my photos lingering around in there, though I don't want to delete the application. How do I do a mass-erase of all the original (earliest) version of photos in Aperture? Or at least see only the newest version in the thumbnail previews? Thanks!