Moving from iPhoto to Aperture. First, wow am I surprised by how much faster moving around the library is in Aperture than in iPhoto on my old 2008 iMac. Shoulda done this years ago... My intent is to cleanup the mess of extra photos from iPhoto, i.e. the edits made in iPhoto that created a whole new copy photo file. I pictured reverting to only the original, than recreating any edits I might want in Aperture, think this would shrink my library, plus then I could create stacks of any multiple edits together for organizational purposes. I know this seems like a ton of work, but I don't have a huge amount of edits to deal with, and I want to streamline early. Prior to starting, here's my problem: I thought that Aperture would either show me the group of edits already in a stack, or would show each edit as a separate pic that I would have to match, but that not what I'm seeing. What I see in Aperture is the last edit I made in iPhoto, with a badge in the corner saying edits have been made. The last part is great because it makes it pretty easy for me to find the pics I need to work on. But, I'm not sure how to do this now. If I do the revert to original in Aperture, will it delete all the edited copies in iPhoto (which is what I am hoping for), or do I need to do all the work in iPhoto, where the pics are harder to find, and the app just grinds...then go back to Aperture and recreate the few edits I need (mostly crops). Or is this entirely a moot point, since the libraries for both are merged now? It isn't clear to me if iPhoto changed the way it managed edits after the update to identical libraries with iPhoto 11. Is what I asking for make sense to anybody?