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Background:

I currently use Aperture 3.0 as my DAM, but am in process of migrating to LR 4.
Photoshop Elements (10) is my External Editor, and I have the free version of Perfect Effects, though I haven't used it.

I also downloaded the LR 5 Beta last night to play with.

PP is an area I am slowly moving into, so far I use it mainly to fix spots and blemishes, and clean up of scanned images. Have played a bit with removing unwanted objects, but not a lot.

After reading numerous articles, I am planning on picking up a plug-in package, main reason the noise reduction and sharpening modules. Which leads to my basic question, which one to get?

1) Ononesoftware Perfect Photo Suite
2) Nik Collection
3) Topaz Labs
4) Other

Reccomendations or comments?


EDIT: In case some one asks, the reason for my move to LR is my Workflow is basically non-existence and my libraries are a mess. After looking at LR for some time I think it will help

I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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