In Photoshop CS6, I really, really, REALLY do not like how images open at 50% no matter what their dimensions. They used to open at 100% unless too big to fit screen, in which case they would open at the next available standard zoom increment (67%, 50%, 33%, 25%). The fact that we have to go hunting on the internet to find a solution to basically hack Photoshop so it opens documents at 100% or "fit to screen" is unacceptable. I can't imagine that your customers requested this "open everything at 50%" be an SOP. Please, please, please go back to how things were before or at least make this "open all new documents at XXX" be a choosable option in Preferences. It makes me nervous when I have to create Actions and turn them into scripts to "hack" Photoshop into doing something that it should never have stopped doing; and besides, the only available "View" options are suboptimal anyway. Opening at 100% will work most of the time, but is not ideal with large images. If I have a super-large, high-res, big-dimension photo or TIFF to open, I don't necessarily want it to open at 100% because while I do have a large Apple Cinema Display the image will still be way too big. In this situation, I do not want 100% but rather "fit to screen". On the flip side, if I have a super-small, low-res, tiny image (like a thumbnail) to open, I do NOT want it "Fit to screen" because my Cinema Display is far too large and I'll be looking at a horrible pixellated blob. So please go back to making it SOP to open all docs at 100% except if the image is too large to fit in screen, at which point, have it open at whatever normal increment is closest... NOT "50.4%" or "22.9%". That's so highly annoying. It's really amazing how these simple little things -- even tho easily fixed with the click of command-0 or -1 or not-so-easily fixed with the recording of an action-turned-into-a-script -- matter so much, when a web site designer like myself is working at her normal rapid pace with all of the Adobe Products. Thanks for "listening."