I was looking for a "Not too expensive', 'Not too limited' and a 'Not too difficult' video editor that offered higher image quality than that freebie Chinese software I had downloaded, that was always trying to load assorted junk on my system which comes close to being called malware (not friendlyware that's for sure), and I settled on ACDSee Video Studio. This isn't the story, this is just background information. Well, when I got to the ACDSee website. I saw that they were giving Video Studio away with the purchase of any one of their 3 main photo software products, ACDSee 18, ACDsee Pro 8, or ACDSee Ultimate 8. That's a common practice among Software vendors, but the weird thing is ACDSee 18 costs LESS than Video Studio. (ACDSee 18 $34.95 USD - Sale Price, Video Studio $39.95 USD - sale price) Even though I already own ACDSee Ultimate 8, and already have the ACDSee functionality of ACDSee 18, I bought ACDSee 18 (and got Video Studio for free). I saved $5.00 and got both packages instead of one. If you are looking for a sophisticated and pretty complete photo viewer/organizer that can function as a front end to Photoshop or PSP,(or gimp, Lightzone, or most other editors) AND you think you might want to explore video a bit, this might be something you want to look at.