Macs are GREAT for people who've never owned a computer before, because everything 'just works' but only if you do things the way your Mac wants. Par Exemple: I love using iPhoto to view, edit and export all my photos. I especially love the way it automatically detects and imports photographs when i attach a device (although I'd love an option to only import new photos, but that's another matter...). The only problem I have with it is its file placement conventions. All my photographs from my 10 or so years of digital photography are stored in the following manner: Media Drive\Photos\Christmas 2004 (for example) Let's say I edit 30 out of 50 photos in iPhoto. Great! They look much better than they originally did. But now I have my photo albums split over two separate folders: Media Drive\Photos\Original\Christmas 2004 Media Drive\Photos\Modified\Christmas 2004 Obviously, if I only browse photos IN iPhoto, there'll be no problem as they all display together. But when I want to back them up or look at them on another computer, or WORSE find a SINGLE picture, I don't want to have to look through two separate folders to find what I'm looking for. So my question: Is there any way to get iPhoto to merge all my photos, modified and original, into one folder? Even if it's creating an automator script so that, once I've edited all the pictures I want to, it exports them all to a new folder and deletes the original/modified folders? I'm still fairly new to Macs, and things like Smart Folders and automator scripts seem to sound like they can help me, but I'm not sure. Anybody got any ideas?