Hi guys, I wonder if some of you here might help me solve my dilemma. I have recently switched to using Aperture (v3) and I'm not entirely sure of the best way to organise my files. I am fairly happy with my folder structure as it stands (pic attached), but the trouble I am having is when certain files need editing outside of Aperture, i.e photos that need stitching together to make a panoramic, use of Photomatix, or any other editing that Aperture cannot achieve. When I edit outside of Aperture (or via a plugin) the resulting file is a tiff/jpg, and this is where I get confused. I really only want one copy of each pic in Aperture. I shoot in RAW pretty much all the time, but occasionally I have JPGs from other cameras, such as my iPhone. Those files aren't a problem as I only have one copy anyway. I'm thinking ahead to when it comes to syncing my library over to my iPhone/iPad, I will end up with edited and non edited copies of those photos on the device. For simplicity I want to sync my entire library, or atleast not have to mess around with making extra folders to sync with only the edited versions in. I guess what I'm really asking is, how do you guys handle multiple formats of a photo in your Aperture library, and how do you go about syncing that library to iPhone/iPad. Any help with clearing up my confusion would be very much appreciated. I probably haven't explained myself very well, not sure how to put it into words. P.S If it matters any, I have only recently put all my pics into Aperture, and all (apart from JPGs) need editing, so I'm not worried about having to start over, as it were. Neil.