I got a new computer and wanted it to be a clean machine. No migrating. There was that deal on Lightroom at B&H which would ( with some upgrading ) get me the latest version of Camera Raw for my EP3 so I went that way. I should have just ponied up the bucks for CS5. Even though 90% of PS is useless to me. I managed to get LR to load some photos as seen on my Egret thread on the Olympus board and I processed them in ACR as well as I know how which ain't much, and even exported them OK and all is well. Sorta. I've been studying Adobe TV tutorials with Julieanne Kost now and all I've gotten is buried in more info than my limited mental powers can absorb. Obviously LR is for serious professional ( smart ) photogs with thousands and thousands of images to catalog. There are at least a thousand ways to file all the attendant files and sidecars and this-and-that files. Its just crazy. I'm going back to Bridge and PS. When you are not that smart like me you have to learn things from the ground up. Bit by bit. Precept on precept. Why can't somebody write something in a step by step manner starting one out with the simplest most basic concepts and progress to more complex functions later. Or not at all. I just wanted to get to ACR and have a simple straight-forward file structure. Evidently that is not possible with LR. I write this to whine ... and maybe warn some other old guy like me who just can't be bothered with humongous complexity. These cameras we use now are tough enough.