I recently decided to clean up my old PowerBook G4; yknow, back up my files, reformat my hard drive and restore the system software. I had backed up my data to my firewire drive, and the PowerBooks Restore Disk had OS 10.3.something on it long story short, my hard drive became an unmountable mess. I ran Prosofts Data Rescue, which was able to recover 25 gigs of data out of about 200. Well, I recovered a few documents, all my MP3s, some QT movies and a bunch of useless stuff like MS Office sample docs. Anyway, in the recovered files, in the images folder, there are about four thousand .nib files. Im not sure what these are. Since they are in the images folder, I am hoping some of them might be some photos I had on the drive. All I have gleaned from my Google searches are that .nib files are some sort of Apple developer file or a Corel Graphics10 Photopoint file? Is there anyway to open these? I would really like to see what they are.