While on vacation last week I took a little over 1,000 images. The count adds up fairly quickly when doing 3 bracketed shots of scenes for potential HDR processing, but that's still a lot of images to go through. Most of my shots are random events with family as they happened. After going through them all I found about 100 that I really like and want to share. There's probably 200-300 that are at least "ok", but don't make the final cut for various reasons. This 10% seems to hold true for other stuff I've done, too, like HS football, or even lower since football is harder to catch action than vacationing family. Does this hold up with everyone else's photos? And what do you do with the non-keepers? I often delete the ones I throw into the reject pile just because I don't want to use up the disk space. I usually keep everything that ends in the "OK" pile.