This is way off topic, but it's very good news for me, so I thought I'd share it. I had a physical over the summer and got back some rather bad results - high cholesterol, high blood suger, degraded liver function, high blood pressure, probably a few other things I've conveniently forgotten. Basically, living on a diet of pizza and candy and considering one workout a year to be "regular" exercise was not cutting it anymore. OK, that part wasn't the good news. I'm happy to say that I started exercising regularly (5 to 6 times a week). I started eating healthier (fruit instead of candy, Cheerios instead of Lucky Charms, whole wheat pizza with low fat cheese, that sort of thing). OK, that's still not good news - I much preferred reading on the couch to working out and I still like candy better than fruit. The good news part is that I dropped my cholesterol from well over 200 to below 130. I got my blood suger down from well over 140 to below 80. I got my blood pressure from the high 130s to low the 110s. I dropped enough weight to get down to "normal" using the BMI thing. I'm still having to eat healthy garbage instead of good food and the nightly exercise drudgery is still soaking up time I could be spending in Lightroom, but I'm still alive. That's a good thing; at least it is for me. Sorry for the off-topic post, but after months of grinding away at this problem, I'm just thrilled to have had success and wanted to share my excitement.