I recently purchased a Canon G9 to replace an old Olympus that was lost/stolen during a business trip last summer. The G9 will eventually be paired with an XSi, later this year. Let me say, I love the G9 so far. However.... * Now, I did a search on this site (along with the requisite Google search) and couldn't find an answer to this question.... When you connect a G9 directly to a Mac (Leopard) via USB, how do you get it to mount as a disk? If I put the card in a memory card reader, it mounts. But if I try to do it directly through the camera, it doesn't. In Tiger, I was able to do this with my old camera without any issue. The only way I can get pictures off of the card is to go through Image Capture and "import" them. Or worse yet, iPhoto (the most annoying application on the Mac....yet I don't want to delete it, for some reason...even though I never use it). I want to simply be able to drag the files off of the card and into another folder, without having to take the card out of the camera. Does anyone have an idea on how to this?