Some time around when Aperture was discontinued I made a comparison between Lightroom and Capture One Pro. I liked them both but Lightroom's cheaper price was more appealing... but I waited too long (luckily, perhaps), and then Lightroom went subscription-only. Capture One became the target to change to. It's been years since then; I went on a hiatus from photography, and when I returned, I gave Photos a try and also wanted to wait for Skylum's DAM. Photos lacked the editing brushes that I had come to rely on, as well as an ability to copy and paste edits, or a way to quickly go through and compare photos when culling... and while I like Aurora, I just couldn't get on with Luminar. And so it was that during the holiday sales I finally bought Capture One. I like the Capture One interface, and while I'm in the thick of learning how to utilize its editing functions, I think I'll come to enjoy it as a RAW processor. Yet it's more complicated than Aperture, and many of the keyboard shortcuts don't make as much "sense" as they did on Aperture (although to be fair, it's always easier to learn something than to unlearn old things and learn new ones; Aperture was my first DAM/RAW processor, Capture One is my third or fourth). But Capture One won't replace Photos for me - at least, not entirely. Capture One can display geotag coordinates, but the program can't apply any, itself. Nor is there a map view. There's no facial recognition. Maybe it sounds silly, but for all of my keywording and sorting things into albums, the automated face-sorted albums and geotagged locations were my primary method of finding photos quickly both in Aperture and Photos. Lastly, in my time with Aperture I began to use shared albums... which can't be done from within Capture One, either. Maybe some day Photos will become more sophisticated, to at least gain parity with the latest version of Aperture. Perhaps it will lack much of the fancy features in the software of today, but at that time I could probably go with using Photos alone. For now, my workflow will seemingly be divided into using Capture One for the first pass (culling and editing), and Photos for the second (occasional manual geotagging, facial recognition, sharing, and archiving). I'm still missing Aperture.