I've been using iPhoto for my point and shoots, and I really love it. Fast, light-weight, easy. I've got my first DSLR, and I'm thinking I might want to learn a new program to make the post of my shots. Maybe do RAW, save as Tiff. I still wouldn't mind organizing in iPhoto, plus then my wife has access to the photos, but I'm trying to decide what software to produce the pics in. I've had PSE6, and while I can do some basic things with it, I haven't sat down to really learn it. Canon's DPP, frankly, seems really nice and light and quick. I haven't used it much yet, but I like how quick it works. Then there's Ap/LR. I have a chance to purchase LR on the cheap, and like the localized brushing feature. But, I really only have time to learn one new program. If I shoot jpgs, should I just stay in iPhoto, and not bother with the rest? Or is there a benefit to working in one of these other programs? If I shoot in RAW, I'm assuming iPhoto will be pretty limited, in which case what's the program I should focus on instead -- PSE6, DPP, or Ap/LR? Can I get away with just DPP and iPhoto? If I went to LR, would I even need PSE6 anymore? Any thoughts from folks who use these tools would be greatly appreciated.