We recently bought my mother in law an iMac. She has been taking digital photo's literally since 1990 and has since converted every family polaroid, 35mm or 110 picture to digital versions via just about every conversion method imaginable. One problem...she NEVER bothered to index any of this stuff. There are pictures stored on literally a dozen different hard drives, many of which haven't been backed up ever. So I want to fix this for her and give her a digital imaging app that will allow her to attach each of her hard drives, one at a time, re-index everything and store them in a NEW NAS rig I just installed for her. She'll initially be connected to NAS via direct connection (for speed) but after will be accessing it via ethernet or wirelessly. I'm not a huge fan of Time Capsule but that's a different story. What I'm looking for is one Mac app that can do this (suck all her digital pictures from various sources and copy them to a new single source), index them (auto-magically would be nice, but its OK if she needs to go through and index them on-the-fly as they are copied over) and then, thereafter, become her central digital image repository for all her pics. The app needs to let her easily send the pictures out to various 3rd party picture processing services...anything from the local Walgreens to Shutterfly or a picture hosting site. iPhoto is a nice way to start this, but I'm not hip on how it handles image exports. She's a neophyte and the whole exporting process seems rather obtuse for her. Otherwise, it may work well assuming I can point it to a central source. Ideas and suggestions are welcome. Thanks for your time.