Is it just me, and my sluggish, poor, deteriorating, Bell Canada dial-up Internet connection, or is there another answer? I suffer agonizing delays trying to get 'thumbnail' photos to enlarge under the new photo system. I sometimes wait 4 or 5 minutes (normal), or as long as 10 - 13 minutes (fairly often) to get page changes, etc. Bell refuses to give me high speed, so I am condemned to living with a connectivity system which most turtles could beat (45 kbps, or even half!). Not even the competing Internet services have any better answer. 'Rocket sticks', etc., are no help because there isn't a tower anywhere close enough to pick up a signal. It does seem though, from fading memory, that under the old WCHA photo system I could get a thumbnail to enlarge almost instantaneously, whereas now, it takes forever. So many 'improvements' in computer-land do wonderful things for those on 'high speed', but some of us are stuck with the dinosaur technology, whether we want to be there or not, and some 'gains' for others leave us further behind, even if we have up-graded, dual core pc's. It doesn't seem to be lack of power at my end, just connectivity in between. Just wondering what I can do to better enjoy the photo attachments that I'd love to see without falling asleep waiting for them to appear? Thanks.