I'm sure a lot of you will know of this already, but I just found out about Pixlr: it's an online image editor that far surpasses anything else I've found (for instance Aviary, or Photoshop's online Express program). It's basically a clone of Photoshop Elements, with pretty much everything I need except for raw processing. I probably won't be using this at home since I already have the GIMP and Lightroom, but when you're on the road (as I hope to be soon) and you don't have your laptop with you, its pretty freaking brilliant. just a short pick from the many, many features: -layers -levels with histogram -curves with histogram, black, white and gray droppers and lots of presets -localized sharpening, blurring, dodging, burning -graduated filter -unsharp mask -the option to save to your computer, facebook, flickr etc -it saves a full size image, unlike Photoshop Express all in all, I'm pretty much ecstatic about finding this. It allows me to properly edit the jpegs, regardless of where I am, as long as I have a computer with internet connection, and not feel like I'm showing the people back home half-baked images. Any raw editing I might want to do can be done at home, but at least I wouldn't be totally dependent on the jpeg engine.