I've just got back from holiday and downloaded all these digial photos from My Nikon CoolPix onto my PC in a single folder (uninspiringly called img0001). I've also got some traditional print photos taken with my SLR that I want to scan in and manipulate. What's a good way to store and organise photos on a PC? Starting with a good database-type system has to be the way to go. Names such as DCN0001.jpg are pretty meaningless. There are a few software packages that I've seen such as Jasc After Shot, and Fotostation - anyone using these? My Nikon provides this IPTC field which presumably is stored in the file data, along with the other info. I want to be able to catalogue the photos and view them in slideshows on screen, as well as be able to store the permanent finished photos on CDR. If I could then view them on my TV screen via the DVD player, that would be superb. I also want to build a "stock" photo/image library so that I can mess about with images in Paint Shop Pro. Any thoughts? Thanks. Darren.