I'm rethinking my workflow. I'm leaning on a structure that contains a folder for my RAW files as "negatives" straight from the camera converted to .dng format. These files are renamed with a preset that I use, with a camera profile applied, lens corrections, crop, wb, contrast, sat, keywords, etc. Basically getting the file ready to become a ".tiff Master" file that's used as a "working" file. Once the export to .tiff happens, I revert this file back to its original state. a folder for my "Master" files (top choice photos) which is the RAW files in .tiff format to be used for further editing in Photoshop CS5 (content aware fill, heal, clone, high pass sharpening, Nik Silver Efex, etc). This is the go to file when more adjustments are needed in a future time and organizing collections in LR3, leaving the original RAW photo untouched. a folder for my "Exports" in which all my jpegs are located for uploading to various places and syncing to my iPhone/iPad. Basically the final "print" of the .tiff file. Thoughts?