For years I postponed the inevitable, sizeable investment in Photoshop. Last Christmas my wife put CS3 under the tree, and I was happy. Finally I'd be able to correct perspective, a function I'd missed with iPhoto. I went straight to Filters>Distort>Lens Correction and went to work. Now there's trouble, though. When I open the Distort submenu, only three filters are listed, not the dozen or so originally provided. Lens Correction is nowhere to be found, under any of the filter options. I'm not aware of amy action I've take to simplify the available menus (but I probably would have if I could: CS3 throws so many irrelevant illustrator's tricks on my screen that it's hard to find the few features I really need). I've found Adobe's support to be hard to access and expensive. Do I really have to pay $40 to ask one question? Or should I simply buy another program, PS Elements 5 (now available for the mac) to regain this lost feature? This is frustrating. like dealing with Windows. I'm sorry now that I got into this bundle of bloatware, but can anyone offer guidance to where my Lens Correction Filter went hiding?