One problem only, actually. I'm using Bridge + Photoshop at the moment. Workflow is all right; not too fast, but my batch processing is just 'selecting all' in Camera Raw and then it applies the settings to all, one by one. I've tried Lightroom, but didn't and don't like the import stuff... I end up making three copies of the same image, and organising photos is hell. But I also have ACDsee pro 2.5. It's very similar to Bridge. So I'm debating whether to go with Bridge or ACDsee. Both can easily access Photoshop... everything there is fine. But there are obviously other pros and cons. Bridge has a better raw processor in some aspects. I ran the same image (raw) through Lightroom, Bridge and ACDsee and pushed fill light and recovery to the maximum, and also pushed chroma noise reduction to the maximum. Understandably, there was quite a bit of noise from the fill light (it was a very dark image with a lit lamp in the middle). ACDsee produced the worst JPG: although the fill light, at 100, was more than the other two, there was an incredible amount of chroma noise, and the colour noise reduction did nothing that could be seen. Even at a fill light that equalled the others, the noise was still hopelessly colourful. Lightroom was almost the same as Bridge, but was fooled by the WB and the recovery was not so good as Camera Raw. Still, both of the latter had hardly any chroma noise and what was there was easily removed. But then again, ACDsee has so much more flexibility; editing has brushes et al, for one. So... any thoughts?