Upload & Sell: Off
Although I tried LR-3 for a while, I went back to DPP. Two main reasons - I prefer the colours I get with DPP, especially skin tones, and secondly I much prefer the way saves adjustments inside the original picture file.
Perhaps I'm not the typical user, but DPP's method of saving adjustments inside the picture file is in my mind a huge advantage for me.
I shoot pictures for a newspaper and often need to pull one picture for emailing straight after taking. Let's say I've taken 10-15 pictures at some event and want to send one. I do a quick review of the pictures by placing the memory card in a card reader attached to my laptop, use DPP's quick check feature to have a look through the shots, mark the best one as '1', crop it, make any adjustments I need, including sharpening, hit export as a jpg and then I'm ready for sending the pic out.
Afterwards I can put the card back in the camera and keep shooting, but all the adjustments, including the cropping, get saved in the file I've worked on.
Later on I can copy the raw I've used into a folder on my laptop and the adjustments I've made remain in place if I need to use that picture again. I normally use Photo Mechanic to move files around on my laptop, embed captions, etc.
As for organising files, I make a folder for each month (naming as, for example, YYMMDD-September 12. Inside that folder I make sub-folders for various shoots and also name them starting with the date (eg YYMMDD-protest, or whatever).
Works pretty well for me