Has anyone seen or used this Software http://www.dxopro.com/ ? A co-worker of mine said he is considering getting it and was asking me about it. I hadn't heard about it so I did some reading...and it looks pretty freaking good. Basically, it's an automatic image editor. It can do things like correct color (like auto levels in PS), bring down highlights (looks to be about the same as Highlight/shadow), sharpen & reduce noise etc. But the really impressive part is that it automatically corrects for barrel distortion and chromatic aberration. How does it do that, you ask? Well, it uses specific profiles for your camera and lens...which they created after extensive testing....and it's all automatic. You can have a folder of images shot with different cameras and lenses and as long as they are supported...you apply any or all of the corrections to the images as a batch. (it reads the EXIF data) The brightness, sharpness, highlights etc. is all stuff that you could batch in Photoshop...but the automatic correction of barrel distortion is really amazing. Micheal Reichmann of The Luminous Landscape said (paraphrase) that it can turn a poor lens's performance into above average...and a good lens into something really great. The new version is supposed to integrate right into Photoshop. My Co-worker said that it's $149. But if you consider that it will make a $300 lens perform like an $800 lens...it may be well worth the money. Especially for someone who wants to edit large numbers of images (wedding photographer). I'm really surprised that I've never head of it before...anyone else know anything about it?