Since I've upgraded to Panther, I have had nothing but trouble with my iPhoto library (among other things). Here is what I did: Using backup.app, I backed up my entire iPhoto library (~1.5 gigs) onto discs. I upgraded to Panther, and did a restore of my photos. I re-imported them into iPhoto (my 2001/2002/2003 folders). In addition to taking forever to import, I now have duplicates of every photo in my album. Now before you say use iPhoto Diet, let me mention something. They appear to be duplicates, but consist of the original (~2.1 MB file) and right beside it is the "thumbnail" (~19kb). I obviously want to delete every imported "thumbnail" image, leaving only the original photos. Things I've done: I did iPhoto Diet. Tried every combo of options. They are still there. I've tried deleting all the "Thumbs" folders. Well, this created a nightmare because when I opened iPhoto after deleting these files, all I saw were .jpg icons in iPhoto instead of previews. Don't do this!! I had to re-import 1.5 gigs of photos (took several hours). I guess what I'm looking for is an Applescript that will scan my iPhoto library, and, say, delete everything under 100kb. Does this exist? Thanks.