I know there's people that never seem to remove photos from their phones so they always have their stuff on them. Heaven forbid they lose their phone or lose their pictures, but that's another topic. With the demise of iPhoto imminent, how are you syncing your photos to your iDevices. For me, I'm still using iPhoto for this purpose. In a strange way, I find iPhoto still the best for syncing, creating photo books and slideshows, and getting choice photos to my Apple TV's. For me, I use a iPhoto library that gets photos after going through a couple of MAS Apps. One is RePix for resizing my photos to 2048 pixels on the longest edge; the other is JPEGMini for trimming the fat. The result is a really small file that looks great on all my devices that I can easily share via emails, Facebook, text messaging, etc. as they don't require a lot of bandwidth. The best part is that if my recipient wants to make a print of the photos, they have more than enough resolution since most people get 4x6's or 5x7's. Out of the 3000 pictures I took (kept) in 2014, my "master" files (which I keep in Dropbox) came out to 15GB. With my Repix and JPEGMini workflow, those same files are 1.6GB. Basically optimizes the space that I'm using on my 64GB iPhone Plus or 16GB iPad.