I really need some information in the are of high-volume processing. I started shooting sports last year and am now average 175-250 shots per game. Most are now in JPEG; sometimes I shoot raw. I am finding the time to sort, process, and post to the web (much less send prints to appropriate end-users) extraordinarily time consuming. I think I can describe my "ideal" post processing, but I don't know which software can deliver it or whether it can be done by any (I tried capture when I bought my d50 too years ago but was too much of a digital SLR newbie to appreciate much about it at the time...it seem cumbersome to me). I shoot with a D50 and soon-to-be, a D1H. Currently I am processing with Adobe Elements 4.0 with Neat Image Pro+ as a plug-in. I have also played around with the trial version of DxO. Here is what I would like to be able to do: * Sort while downloading from the camera. Probably half my shots are throw aways. If I could serially screen each shot full-screen one-at-a-time and hit a "keep" or a "delete" button at this point I would be very happy. * Have the "keepers" deposited in a holding directory (but not a final directory) classifying the shot by game-opponents-type-date, and transferring that data to a revised shot title. * Have the "keepers" processed when this is happening with any "universal" settings applied, such settings to be easily coded into presets so chosing the right one for the batch is a simple choice. * Have the "keepers" identified during this process as requiring customized pp or not, and those requiring it fed into a pp holding bin in Photoshop or equivalent. * Save the individually PP's back into the holding bin as part of a version set, but done as a batch, not individually. * Have the now "completed" batch batch-processed into a final JPEG bin ready to be sent off by email or uploaded into pbase or other web program, while being transferred into a uniform dimension suitable for web or publishing, and at same time encoded with a studio overlay for protection. ******************* Is there any software out there, or combination of software that could allow me to closely approximate this process? Is anybody using a process very similar to this, and if so, using what software in what order? Your help would be much appreciated. Thanks.