Considering the level of resolution in today's digital photography, good image analysis must be able to encompass a large number of "artifacts" within one image. Photoshop has the capability to collect data on a maximum of 700 "artifacts" (or selections) within one image. I routinely have images with 2000 - 3000 selections for analysis. Therefore, each image must be split into many smaller pieces, then each piece analyzed, and finally recompile the data to get overall statistics on the original image. Since the limitation here seems to be one of memory only, why can't Adobe open up the Analysis portion of Photoshop to accomodate more selections within a photo? If my assumption on memory is incorrect, I would welcime enlightenment.