Those who use Lightroom swear by it so I thought I would ask, what would it do for me? Currently I use Photoshop CS3 and CS4 (depending on which computer I am on) with Adobe Bridge. I use the Bridge downloader to take the images off my card, it dumps the Raw images and jpg in a folder on my file server, it also converts the Raw to DNG and copies the DNG plus another jpg to a backup folder on a different computer. I then use Bridge to tag and sort the Raw images, dump them into categorized folders and separate the really good ones I want to process for possible printing. The jpgs are dumped into another folder on the server that my slide show screensaver pulls from, this plays on a monitor in the family room all the time. The main problem with this method is that I have two folders of images on two computers to sort and tag but for the peace of mind the two copies give me I'm willing to deal with it. Now, how do you use Lightroom? Could it improve my workflow and make it more efficient? What will it do that Bridge and Photoshop can't?