Flickr - Took the plunge
I've finally gone and uploaded my photos to Flickr. What finally made me do it? Two things:
First, I had a bunch of pictures each with various subjects and couldn't squeeze each photo into just one album. This is where Flickr really shines: I can tag photos with as many words as I want and then browse by tags to look at particular subjects of interest. For example, I might want to look at all the pictures I have of trees, or I might want to look at all the pictures I've taken at night. There may be some overlap, and so album-based organization with one album per photo would have made this impossible. With Flickr, I can have as many pseudo-albums as I want.
Second, and this is what really did it, was that Collin from Ars had two free Pro accounts to give out and gave one to me. Once I had received the upgrade, I no longer had to worry about being limited to three photosets or the 20mb upload/month cap. The 2gb/month upload cap for Pro accounts is practically unlimited for me since I only have about 6gb of photos.
You may have seen the Flickr badge I added at the top and you can click on it to go to my photostream. Here it is in case this is being read in some news aggregator.