Thanks, Mike. Luckily, we missed all the snow in Michigan while we were in the Florida Keys and Everglades enjoying 80+ degree temperatures. I owed my neighbor big-time for keeping my driveway and sidewalk clean from all the snow. I was disappointed by the little amount of wildlife we saw in the Everglades, though. Talking with some folks, it appears the wildlife viewing has been getting worse the past few years. This was our first visit to the park, so I cannot speak from experience on the issue. I used DxO PhotoLab instead of Adobe Lightroom to process all the photos from this trip. The ClearView feature of PL really helped make the colors pop with one click of a button instead of a lot of manual work in LR, and also helped immensely with getting the most out of my landscape shots. The software is a little more cumbersome than LR for sorting and purging photos, but I really like the editing and RAW processing aspects of the application. Adobe can shove their new forced subscription model for Lightroom as far as I'm concerned.