Hey guys. I've got a MacBook Pro as well as a Canon t3 EOS camera headed to my house. It was quite the purchase week, needless to say. I'd consider myself to be a newbie photographer, but not entirely. I've used several very expensive cameras at my high school. Pictures that I've taken have appeared in the yearbook, school newspaper, local newspaper, and presentations at the school. At home, I was using an awful point and shoot with Picasa to manage my pictures on my Windows XP laptop. Now, with the nice upgrade to a much better camera and a much better computer, do you think iPhoto will be enough to manage my library? I routinely took thousands of pictures when shooting events for school. I just bought a 1TB external to store all of my documents, music, and pictures so I won't junk up the hard drive on my Mac. In the past, I've rarely edited images... I'll maybe fix some blemishes, sometimes mess around with the color, but never done anything too serious. Do you think iPhoto will suit my needs for managing my library? Will I be able to have photos stored on both the external and the internal hard drive... will iPhoto still play nice with that scenario? I'd like to keep some of the more recent shots on the computer when I'm actively working with them.