I'd like to get a feel for what other photogs are doing to ensure that their digital images are available in the long-term. And by long-term, I mean decades or longer. Obviously, backing-up data is vital and this assumes the use of stable media and standard formats. But... In 20 years, when you want that picture of Grandma when she was 60, what will you do? 1- Will the media that you've used to store the image file (CD, DVD, etc) have survived the passing of years? 2- Will the hardware in the future be able to read your media? 3- Will the software in the future understand and properly render your image file along with the metadata? 4- Would it be better to print everything and rely on the durability of the ink/paper to hold the image. 5- Should you expect to have to "refresh" your images periodically. That is, convert them into new formats and new media every 20 years or so? Anyone have insight into this issue???