I've been shooting in RAW recently, and I love it. I plan on sticking with it. I love the control, and the fact that I can always go back. But the workflow is killing me. Right now I create a folder for every separate shoot I go own, and two sub-folders. So my folder will be called 2006 02 07 Fairfax (a reminder of the location), and then I'll create two sub-folders. One called 2006 02 07 Fairfax RAW, and one called 2006 02 07 Altered. So: 2006 02 07 Fairfax -- 2006 02 07 Fairfax RAW -- 2006 02 07 Fairfax Altered. Then I save all the RAW data into the RAW folder. I process the shots I like (usually batch process) and save them as .PSD files into the main folder. Then I make fixes and changes, and put those few shots into the altered folders. Finally, I have two more folders elsewhere for files that have been prepared for printing (TIFF), or posting to my blog (JPEG). I back up my data monthly. So, can we compare workflow notes here? Am I insane? How are others working, RAW or not?