Hello, I am having issue with Nikon Capture Auto Retouch brush. I using a quad core 2.3 ghz processor and 8 GB RAM and 500MB dedicated graphics card, running 64bit Vista Home Premium and Nikon Capture NX2 version 2.3.2 (the latest). There seems to be a malfunction in the software. It occurs about 20-30 minutes into an extensive spotting session on large Nikon 9000 scan (550MB image + 600MB Cache) : where by spotting of large expanse of uniform tone results in blotchy areas in the saved file, although a perfectly smooth blothless portrayal of all previous spotting effort will show up temporarily for about 1 second on monitor) - the image then shifts to this blotchy rendition of all previous spotting effort. Unfortunately this blothchey version is what the program saves in NEF and/ or JPEG. It won't save the temporarily good/accurate image of all previous spotting effort. I suspect its due to huge cache size issue and/or mapping issues of the program trying to keep track of hundreds of spot removal processes of such a large file?? (I usually use ICE dust removal in Nikon scan and haven't used such extensive spotting in past). So using ICE next time is immediate work around, nevertheless I like my $300 Nikon software to work correctly. It is not an issue of my spotting technique - let's not waste time there - but an issue in the software. Anyone else have this issue, figured out a fix or setting adjustment to solve similar problem?