Hi everyone. I just spent three weeks travelling through South East Asia, and will be returning home soon. I've been here primarily to photograph, so I've got about 1,000 images. Most will never see print obviously, but I still would like to work on them somewhat. I'm an experienced Photoshop user, so I am evaluating the Lightroom, because I assume there will be some familiarity, esp. within Adobe Raw Converter. One of the problems I have (like every digital photographer) is that I have some dirt that built up on my sensors. Usually I check out images in Adobe Bridge, and crop/adjust in ACR. However, there's no easy way as part of the work flow to get rid of spots. I have to open every image in CS3 to remove them. Does Lightroom allow a RAW conversion and basic work-up within a sensible workflow? I know it doesn't permit layers, but I'm not convinced I need that if I can output a PSD file after some dodging and burning. The few prints I'll go big with I can still work up in CS3.