I'm wondering if I should get Photoshop CS3 or Photoshop CS3 extended. My use will be touching up and editing photos, composite work, web images (buttons, logos, headers etc.) and so on. Pretty basic Photoshop stuff in other words. I've had a look at the features at the Adobe site, and from what I can understand, the extended features apply mostly to scientists, doctors and architects, and I'm neither (or plan to become). However, I've heard rumors that the extended version does actually contain features which are very useful to photographers and general work -is there any truth to this? Are there features available in that version I'm likely to need, or "can't live without"? Finally I'm concerned about the computer resources the extended version might demand in comparison to the regular one. I'm on a 1.67GHz Powerbook G4 with 1.5GB RAM which I guess in these days is considered "ancient" and "outdated" For best possible performance I'm thinking that a less featured Photoshop might be better, especially if I won't be using those "extended" features anyway.