I'm pleased to announce that iPhoto Library Manager 3.3 is shipping today, with full support for iPhoto 7! (On a terminology note, I've decided I'm going to at least try referring to this new iPhoto as "iPhoto 7" and not "iPhoto '08". All of Apple's docs seem to use the '08 nomenclature, but trying to use it myself, it just sounds/looks really weird, so I'm going to stick with "iPhoto 7" unless it causes mass confusion and riots.)The update is free for all users and can be downloaded from the main iPLM page. iPhoto 7 support is the major feature of this release, so functionally speaking it's mostly the same as 3.2.6, with a couple of notable exceptions.The first good news is that, as a result of changes in iPhoto 7, album hierarchies can now be preserved when copying between libraries! This has been something I've wanted to do for a while, but just wasn't able to in previous versions, so for iPhoto 7 users, that will be nice to have.I've made the look of the album list mimic the look of the iPhoto 7 album list, including the background color and separate sections with titles (you can click here to see how it looks). Older libraries will still be displayed with the plain look.Unlike in iPhoto 6, the list of events (formerly known as rolls) can now be sorted by their date in the iPhoto Library Manager window. This makes it somewhat easier to track down a particular event you're looking to copy to another library.So, there it is! I've of course tested the bejeezus out of it, but if anyone has issues that crop up, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.