#1 Hi, I'm relatively new to this forum and the world of Macs too. Bought my first ever Mac (MacBook Pro) only a couple of months ago and am loving it & pleased with my purchase. I had a bit of a dilemma with my photos though. I have tonnes of old photos and plan to continue adding photos to my collections. I am not interested in any Cloud storage - I like having them in one place on my computer (and I do back them up). However, I did not like the Photos app that was on my MBP. I trialled a few other apps but wasn't impressed either until I came across Adobe's Lightroom 6. I signed up to a 30-day trial and really liked it. I saw that the price of it was £89.00 on Amazon which I thought was quite high. It has now gone up to £108 and seems to be going up by the day. But since my 30-day trial expired the other day Lightroom still opens up on my MBP and warns of 'reduced functionality'. It still allows me to sort folders etc which is the main reason I wanted it anyway. Will it continue to let me use it like this do you know? I would quite like to buy the full version but am a tad skint at the moment with Christmas around the corner and the fact I've spent all of my money on purchasing my MacBook Pro! Would love to know your thoughts and how good Lightroom 6 really is, as I probably don't appreciate even half of what it can do yet. If I mainly want it to store photos and not necessarily to edit them, can I continue to use the scaled down trial version do you think? Thank you.