Okay, I can swallow the changes in getting rid of the camera roll and I think I have a pretty good idea of how recent photos and the "all photos" tab keep my photos in sync between all of my devices (and some day my mac when the new photos app is released). However there is one use case that I cannot wrap my head around - any ideas what is going on here: 1) Take photo on my iPhone - this shows up on my iPhone under recent photos and in the photos tab. 2) This photo now also shows up on my iPad under my recent photos and the photos tab. 3) Now I sync my iPhone with my Mac and import those photos into iPhoto to have a hard backup. I also tell it to delete these photos from the device to free up storage space. (This is the workflow I have used forever) 4) HOWEVER now the photo that I just took no longer appears in recent photos on my iPhone OR on my "all photos" tab. IT DOES still remain in recent photos/all photos tab on my iPad (via iCloud I presume)... What is going on here? Shouldn't these photos still stay in my "recent photos" on my iPhone given that that should hold the last 30 days/1000 photos? And shouldn't it live in the all photos tab since that's supposed to be where everything no matter which device I take it on lives? I am so confused on this...how do I make sure to always keep my photos on my iPhone but also back them up to iPhoto - previously I could do this and they would remain (mostly) in photo stream...now it seems broken...help?