I know I'm just shooting in the dark here, but has anyone heard anything about photos getting better support for those who were slightly more advanced in their use of aperture, but didn't really need LR or the other packages out there? Right now I continue to use aperture for my shoots with m4/3 because it has a loupe and proper exposure, colors and white balancing. Not talking about anything extravagant here, but what is the basic minimum (imo) to compliment underwater fun photos. Trying to this in photos is.. not fun. Of course I also have a family and we all have iPhones. Thousands of fun shots get thrown into iCloud and photos. So now I have two separate systems. One is aperture with a TB or so of photos that I have to access from one system (and only that one system) via relocated masters on a file server, where the photos are housed in a mirrored array that is backed up. That way I can get images off my camera in the field to my laptop, edit and relocate when I return. Without losing anything. Of course it means my laptop is the only place to do editing.... Photos would be great, but it lacks the features listed above, plus (to my knowledge) it still doesn't support split storage. It does allow for a single import, but that doesn't help in the future. I am 100% sure I would need to continue to have split storage requirements where I would have x gb online and a tb or so offline.