Slightly OT, but relevant to flickr users or any online visible photo storage, who has not watermarked their work, be warned:
A new enabling law has been given Royal Assent that changes the way images can be used. This is being done on the back of business innovation. In essence, a company / individual can find your image online, strip it of the exif data and claim they didn't know where it came from. A half-hearted attempt to show they "tried" to find out, and they can use your image without recompense unless and until you find them using your image, and it is then down to the small claims court to get a fee out of them.
If you hide your exif data on Flickr, or any other web presence, I urge you to reconsider. Place a copyright statement in each image, put a watermark over it. Republish every image in your stream to prevent this legalized theft.
 I preferred the old flickr site, but then again I was a big fan of Win 3.1 too