I've been wondering this for a while... Adobe's been including a little auto-app called Photomerge in Photoshop (I believe) starting with CS1. I've tried using it before, but have had pretty bad results. It seems every time I try to auto or manual merge a set of panoramic images, I get highly visible banding between shots, due to minor light changes. All the sets of shots were metered manually, so there is no exposure difference. But nevertheless, the shots are all a tad bit off, which messes up the final product. How do you make a good panorama using CS2? Is photomerge not the solution? More specifically, is there any way that you can get the exposure of all frames to be exactly the same without trial and erroring each one? I'm just looking for some guidance.... iGary, I'd love a response from you!