My bad. I should have been more specific. A while ago I found a program called Momento that allowed you to take pictures and make them into a slideshow presentation with music added in, along with transitions and panning within the slides etc., etc., however was a total resource hog and limited you to 1 hour or 50 photos. When I saw that Roxio had a similar program but with more room (can't remember the name of the program right now), I thought it would be a great move-up. Got to the store, was told about all the great features of Roxio EMC9 and thought that it would be a better idea instead - I might not use all the features now, but I probably will eventually. A tad disappointed is all, as I'm trying to put something together for a wedding I did the photography for. I CAN say that, for the most part, I have been getting a lot of great tips, tricks and hints on how to make this work from these forums. I guess I'm a little too new at this 'buying programs' process and I expect too much. Like to have all the features work without having to resort to all sorts of workarounds.