user friendliness at import

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import options are not enough:
1. we need to be able to filter show only jpeg or raw, and then order. I might want to have filter and a specific order (or at least possibility to order by media type first and then by creation date)
2. at import lightroom should see oh the raw pic resolution is much lower than the JPG so maybe the user made a mistake - should ask take over higher resolution JPG if available (because I have made a mistake)
3. often the import settings are glitchy. If I always add to a collection (because I want to have an inbox) and I don't want to use folders because they mean nothing to me, especially if indexed with date lightroom doesn't remember the add to collection thing.
4. introduce sharing options from the mac OS to lightroom (why can't I check out the pictures with finder/image capture and share to lightroom - it's done for photos and aperture...).
5. Importing should be done in a way that doesn't slow the computer so much (no problems with i7 but an i5 iMac with enough RAM that works fine with aperture slows down to almost frozen when importing with lightroom), how about you reduce the thread priority
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