No, this is not a download manager of some sorts, it is a wonderful piece of software I use on Windows. But, now that I am leaving behind the Windows world and entering the OS X world when I receive my MBP, I really want an alternative. Allow me to explain what it does for those that don't know it. It is a program for downloading images from a CF or other memory device to the computer. Nothing too spectacular there, but it does some nifty automated things I have grown to really like. 1) When the program starts, it asks for a job or project name. This is then used for storing the images to a specific location 2) It reads the EXIF data from the images and any tag can be used to define a storage location 3) It can write IPTC data into the images for later use by ie Lightroom My RAW files are stored and cataloged using this program like: Canon Originals\<Camera Model>\<Year>\<Job> Where stuff between <> is created from the EXIF information in the images. Also, it adds a standard copyright notice into the IPTC data, that I later use in Lightroom to add a copyright watermark to the jpg image. Of course I could do all this by hands, but the nice thing about this little program is that it does these things all fully automatic. It would be so wonderful if there was a little OS X utility that can do the same. Does anyone know if there is such a thing? This would make my OS X experience sooo much better.