I'm wondering if any other former-film shooters have this problem: When I shot film a lot of what I did was for stock. My main market was airline magazines and they were sold world--wide. When I got an image that I knew was going to be something I could use I would crank off 6-10 shots if it wasn't moving. The theory was that the best dupe was one that you did in-camera. Now that I'm shooting digital-raw+jpeg- I'm finding that I still do this. Not so many as before but almost always 2-3 shots. Memory cards are large and cheap and storage is bountiful but it sure clogs up your browser when you start editing. I'm resolving myself to trying to eliminate this habit the next time I shoot something that doesn't require burst shooting.