As I am waiting for something and have some time on my hands that wants to be whiled away, I took out one of my picture CDs/DVDs --- very randomly, out of a collection of about 100 or more, and it happened to be one of the RAM-DVDs on which I saved my untouched originals. It was one with photos saved from between 15 January to 15 February of 2006. Which means, my DSLR was only new (got it on 22 December 2005). And what did I find out? There is hardly ONE good photo to be found in amongst all the photos I saved, but loads and loads of utter crap! Horrible photos. You can't even call them "photo", you must call them "horrors"! Why on earth did I save all the photos I ever took??? It HURTS to look at them now. It is beyond embarrassing. It really hurts. I think, all my RAM-DVDs need a very, very serious overhaul, and most of the photos MUST go. Go forever, with no tear needing to be shed. What a frustrating experience! Have you been master of photography right from the start? (I'm sure you ALL have, just not me).