Yea, I've looked at them. The lens correction in Lightroom did (I thought) a respectable job on these. Our fisheye is a Tamron, so it's not what I'd consider as high-end. This whole photo thing is going to be an on-going process. The right side along the roofline is next up. I tried hanging drapery, like sis did it on the left-hand side, and failed miserably. She's going to finish hanging in the next couple of weeks and I'm back down there the weekend of the 19th so will try again on some more shots.Might want to look into renting a tilt-shift lens. Architecture or room shots look better with an identified horizontal or vertical point of reference. The top and bottom inside shots and the exterior look tilted. Artistic poses when people are included or when the focus isn't walls and ceilings are OK with skewed shots .. not so much buildings. Fisheye or extreme wide angle tend to overemphasize that .. just my opinion.