Okay, I give up. I've searched around and from what I can gather, there's no quick and easy way to transfer your photos off of the iPhone 4 onto a Mac. What I've found was that if I was running Vista or Windows 7, I'd just plug the iPhone into a USB port and it will show up as a drive...then I could just copy the photos right off into a folder on my computer. I thought "wow, if it's that easy on a Windows machine, must be even easier on a Mac". But I can't find anywhere that will allow that. iTunes is no help either, it seems it just wants to put photos ON my iPhone. I want to take the images off...quickly and all at once. I've seen work-arounds like using Dropbox or Mobile-Me, but why do I have to go out to the internet then back to my computer when the damn thing is plugged in right there? Doesn't make any sense. Plus it would take forever to sync to Dropbox with all the photos I take. Please tell me there's something easy like Windows users get where I just plug the phone in and copy the images off. Why do I need a 3rd party internet-sync program or even any program to do this?