The catalogue importing behaviour exemplified by Matthew B earlier in this thread and also discussed here http://support.bibblelabs.com/forums/vi ... 66&t=19702
and here http://support.bibblelabs.com/forums/vi ... 66&t=19701
must definitely be addressed - in order to make the importing feature useable again. Even though the DAM capabilities are not yet fully implemented, the way the present importer stacks things with unwanted path components into the catalogue makes any decent use impossible in my opinion.
Apparently, this very behaviour has been deemed unwanted by at least two beta testers - MarkZ, earlier in this thread, and afx in the first link above - and now also by a number of other users, indicating that Corel should go back to the drawing board and add some options for the user how to structure the source path to the image directories - so the catalogue import path can be kept clean and possible to overview, and, hence, the catalogue function useful.
As Matthew B has shown in his picture above, that is not the case now.
Also, please add Linux as one possible OS choice in your registration procedure. Corel Corp has, after some sad and failed attempts earlier in its history, once again a Linux compatible piece of software in its portfolio, and it would be nice if they could treat a whole bunch of new customers, among them quite a few Linux users, coming from the Bibble camp, in a nice and welcoming manner.
kaymann's list above is very valid for some additional wishes from my side.
Mandrivalinux 2011.0 PowerPack 64 bit, Intel QuadCore Q6700, 8 GB RAM, Dual monitors (2x30", 5120x1600), BibblePro 5.2.3 and AfterShot Pro 184.108.40.206 with all available plugins, Nikon D800E, Nikon D700, Canon S95. Color Munki Photo.