New Photos buried in iPhoto

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Since getting a new MBP & Lion, now when I download photos from my Nikon D5000, they're tossed at least a thousand pictures up in iPhoto (total of about 11,000 images) and it takes a while to find them. Rather confusing, esp since before, new downloads always appeared at the bottom of the iPhoto screen, whether coming from the D5000 or other cameras. Am I missing a preference here?
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I never liked iPhoto to be honest, but isn't there a tab on the left "last imported"? Does that do the trick?
 
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Yep, there is the "last imported," tab and then I can see those, but they're still often placed somewhere in the overall collection. I guess the biggest deal is that I no longer can drag photos within the collection to another place in the overall collection (like the end, where they used to appear).

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