Looking at the various U-toob videos, many by well-respected and solid wildlife or nature pros, I see they may take many thousands of images on just a single outing. I couldn't do that in my entire lifetime of slide film photography! I used to put a roll in, and cast about in despair for ways to finish the 36 frames in it! (I still have an unfinished roll in my F801s). The question is: how do they deal with this profusion (hundreds of the same pink flamingo or ibis flying from point A to point B). Do they actually do the trashing themselves? Do they employ assistants to cull? Do they just toss more and more 8GB micro cards into a bin for posterity, like the Sumerian clay tablets? What's the best approach to this embarrassment of riches (which actually put me off photography for a few years)? I'd be grateful for your experiences and insights.