I finally admit defeat to the monster that is proper work flow. Mine sucks, plain and simple. At this point in time at 11:32pm on April 5th, I am currently more than 500 pictures behind where I want to be, finished. :banghead: This is my current work flow, please laugh now. 1. D90 RAWs on memory card. Not much to say here, just the pictures are on the memory card. 2. Manual copy and paste on to two hard drives, one internal, one external. At this point I copy and paste the photos onto two hard drives, obviously for backup reasons. Are are any programs that will do this for me? ViewNX sucks at this. Does Adobe Bridge do this? 3. Opening each picture individually in Adobe Camera RAW/Photoshop This is the most painstaking part. Other than using some presets that I can only use maybe for 5-10 pictures, each picture is individually edited using Adobe Camera RAW within Photoshop CS3. Lightroom 2, duh? [I really need to learn how to use it, what is a catalog? WHOOPS.] 4. Saving each finished picture in TIFF/JPG, etc. into a folder. Obviously, but done manually as well. 5. Backup of that said folder. Duh. 6. Uploading online/Move to flash drive for printing at camera store No issues here. 7. Printed pictures Finally. Here is where I have issues. I really need to find a better way to upload pictures onto my computer more efficiently and such. I need to learn Lightroom 2? Can "live" backup be done? Where is a folder is modified, it is automatically backed up to another drive instantly? Note: I cannot afford a RAID 1 setup with multiple drives at this time. My real issue is that I'm paranoid about losing data/pictures. I need to makesure all pictures are backup at all times, etc. Thanks for your help.