Are any Mac owners here using Aperture? If so, what do you think about it? As I'm getting ready to switch to Mac, I'm starting to look at what software I might need. I'm not a pro photographer, but I am a reasonably serious amateur. On my old Windows setup I used a combination of Breeze Downloader Pro and Breeze Browser Pro to download (and auto rename including directory distribution) my photos, process the RAW files and proof them. I would then use Photoshop Elements to do any touch-up and I was starting to look at iMatch for photo cataloguing and archiving. Unfortunately, only PS Elements is avaialble for the Mac (and even then only at v4.0 and not in Universal format yet), so I'm starting to think again about my photo workflow. I'm quite fussy about my naming and storage. I rename them as YYYYMMDD_Number.jpg, and I want a cataloguing app that will allow photos to be stored in more than one "collection" or "album" with the ability to store photos off my main drive (eg on a DVD). I'm not sure iPhoto will be powerful enough for my needs. I had a play with the demo of Adobe Lightroom but it looks and feels horrible to me, and it's renaming feature didn't seem to work properly. The demo videos for Aperture make it look good, but then again I suppose they would do! Any thoughts?