My workflow is, admittedly, screwy. I feel that I need to improve it. Right now, after taking the pictures, I: Place memory card in card reader on windows machine Copy files from card to hard drive open files in Canon software, white balance, adjust exposure, contrast, color sat, etc. Check Mark the ones I like Export checked images from RAW to TIF, save TIF on Linux machine Open TIF files in GIMP and edit, crop, etc. save with new file name run through script to convert TIF to JPG, resize to 1024, watermark, transfer EXIF data upload to flickr move files into folders by date This results in all my RAW files being on the windows machine and 2 TIF files of about 25M for each good image on my Linux machine. with no real way to search through the files if I'm looking for a specific image. (my camera also seem to have a bug with the file numbering It's apparently continuously numbering per card, so if I switch cards it goes to the last number on that card, rather than the last number on the camera. I get repeat file names this way.) Anyway, any advice for improving this process would be appreciated.