Hi all. I've been playing around with moving our family website over to .Mac and while the integration with iPhoto is quite handy in many respects, there are a couple of things that have me pulling my hair out one strand at a time. 1) Web Galleries. Sweet, but iPhoto will apparently NOT let you publish full-resolution pictures to your gallery. While image dimensions are reported correctly, the image file itself is compressed by about two thirds. I can find no way to change this behavior. Fair enough, resolutions above 800x600 won't actually show up at any higher quality in the Gallery browser, but you still might want to have uncompressed images available for your friends to download and print, right? If so, you have to clunkily work around -- sending them directly, and one-by-one, through the gallery's upload button or by using the email publishing feature. Aaargh! 2) iWeb albums. Same issues. Here, there is a manual setting in the Photo Inspector that you can set to allow original quality downloads from albums. But this doesn't seem to affect iPhoto's upload behavior. Again, simply dragging pictures from iPhoto into an album seems to apply the same compression scheme that applies to Web Galleries. So, again, you have to work around, say by copying your full-size image files straight to the appropriate iDisk folders. Double aaarrgh! Does this "feature" annoy anyone else? Am I missing some obvious way to turn it off?