Why here? the Mac forums are down. The new iPhoto seems like a nice application. Unfortunately, they designed it to MAKE YOUR PHOTOS INACCESSABLE!!:grrr: Yes, you heard me right. I use web-based mail. When I want to send a photo, I click "attach" and a drop-down appears, and i select the picture...no problem. Not so with '08. When the drop-down appears, the file hierarchy stops at "iPhoto library"...no files available. So what is Apple's solution to this? "You're not supposed to do it that way...you never were! Instead, do this: -select your picture from the iPhoto GUI. -create alias on desktop -when attaching, browse desktop for that file -attach -send -after sending, put alias in trash. -Repeat for every attachment from now until eternity, because we're not fixing it, because it's not broken." WTF?? Make a copy, mail a copy of the copy, then throw the copy away? If you can find the pic in the first place. iPhoto assumes that I name every friggin picture I take. But the info bar doesn't give the picture's full name if it happens to be "0263679-R1-035.jpg", so when i finally find the general area where it might be, i have to click on EVERY FILE to see the thumbprint and find the picture. Also, it used to be very easy to find a picture by it's date. When I empty a camera, it imports in numerical order: img 001, img002, img 003, etc. Thefile is stored the same way. this way, I may have dozens of "img001", but different creation dates, so they're different pictures. Not so any longer. Now they're stored not by date, but by roll number HOW THE *&^%# DO I KNOW WHAT ROLL THE PICTURE IS ON???? I have to get on the forums to undue this horrible, horrible mess.