Not with the D2x, with Nikon Capture. It is tooooo sloooooow and clunky. I loved using Adobe PS CS with my D1x, but D2x files are bigger, better and nicer. The good news is that the picture is better right out of the camera. But being a perfectionist is tough and I love to tinker. Not being a professional and on a deadline, i suppose this complaint is really minor. And the other good news is that I know Nikon is working to fix it. I have read in several places that Nikon is being secretive with Adobe and other 3rd party software developers like Bibble (also a very good app) and not releasing important coded information on the D2x files. Hope this is not true. I went to www.nikontechusa.com and asked very politely and respectfully if they were working with Adobe and others to allow for the best possible widespread public acceptance of the Nikon camera and images. I don't expect them to do it for me, but if enough customers let Nikon know of their concerns, it might help to make it even better than it already is. I have no problem with Nikon making money off their software and even encourage it if it is good software but I think they also benefit by making the image file as user friendly as possible. the obvious result is more people will want to buy Nikon cameras. Seems simple, but it aint! Here is a copy of the question I emailed to Nikon through their website. I am using a Dual gig G-5 Mac desktop system with the fastest Graphics card on the market and 2gigs of ram. My machine is working perfectly but now as a new owner of a D2x (one day now), I am amazed at how slow the software is. I have searched the forums and find that this is a common complaint. Love the camera, hate the software. I am using 4.2.1 NC. I had to throw away Picture Perfect, (amature and immature software that I have no use for). I am using Adobe Photoshop CS and had very good experience with it and my D1x. I am guessing that this is not the first time you have heard this. My question is; now that I have invested in Nikon's new D2x, will I see a software application that fully supports it's large files adequately in the immediate future and as a second question, will Nikon cooperate with Adobe to allow Adobe to fully support D2x NEF files. Please understand I mean no disrespect to Nikon. You have produced a camera beyond my expectation and I love it, but the software is at least as important as the hardware and your attention is greatly appreciated. Thank you I will let you know of thier response and encourage anyone interested in this topic to drop Nikon a line as well. Customer communications can have a positive impact.