I know, right? Faked light leaks! Faked scratched negatives! Blurrrrrry lens effects! Etc.,etc.,etc..! I guess this desire for imperfect and deliberately distressed images is one of the key differences between the "old days" of photography, which used film, and this current era in which we find ourselves, the era of digital imaging. I actually draw a distinction between the two endeavors, that of photography, and that of digital imaging. I think of of the best things that Pixlr offers is its wide selection of picture borders. Not as intrusive as an image overlay, placing a digital image inside of the right border can often times improve the shot.