I was interested to receive the Lightroom Supplement with this week's AP. In general very good - but in a number of places the authors seem to take a very convoluted route to destinations that Lightroom has been designed to make exceptionally simple. To give an obvious and simple example. In giving a graphic representation of workflow, the supplement suggests: Original Image - Save Image to Hard Drive - Import to Lightroom - Catalogue Image............ (all as separate steps) Why? As soon as I take a memory card from a camera and plug it into a card reader on my PC, Lightroom automatically opens, is already in Import mode and shows all of the image files on the card in Library Module. I may type in a few keywords if there are some that apply to the whole batch of images, hit the "Import" button and Lightroom automatically copies the image files from the card to my specified Hard Drive (in my case an external HDD), imports them into my Lightroom Catalog and applies whatever import defaults I have set for the camera used. All in one simple step. I suspect that the authors (like many other users) may have transferred to Lightroom after using other software and becoming used to more complex workflows. I was lucky in that I bought my first digital camera (a Nikon D80) at just the time the first version of Lightroom was introduced - so I have used Lightroom as my main photo-processing package since Day 1 of my digital career. Now it forms the hub of all my photo-processing and I (when necessary) use Photoshop CS6 and the Nik suite of plug-ins from within Lightroom.