I hate the damned thing. It causes me to spend hours digging through my digital archives--and sorting/organizing things. It's even made me scan old negatives. Time that could have been spent watching a spider eat a fly, or taking a nap. Then I have to touch it up and post it. So much work. The really sad part is finding images that I have simply dumped into a folder and forgotten about--now discover are worthy of the "full treatment" and printing. More hours lost to that and the mounting, marketing, selling. It's exhausting... What's even worse is when I discover that I don't have a sort of image subject shown. Then I have to ACTUALLY GET UP AND GO OUT AND TAKE PICTURES. Then I find myself taking different sorts of pictures. Looking at themes and things in ways that I was perfectly content to ignore. And technique. I see things that others are doing and try to learn how they were done. Oww, my head hurts even thinking about it. Then I get mad, because slowly how I do everything begins to change. Why do all of you insist I move out of my upholstered rut? It's all BS I tell you. The management needs to get rid of this nuisance. Replace it with something like "No Words, No Pictures." Then we can all just like each other's signatures.