I usually use Photoshop 6.0 for all of the graphics on a site, then, if I need to, I use Fireworks 4.0 for slicing images up (image ready really sucks at that so I stay away from it). Then I export it to Dreamweaver, where I do all/most modifications by hand. I've found that by doing things that why I get the best of all three worlds. Photoshop's strong point is graphics, fireworks strong point is web export, and Dreamweaver is great because I can do stuff by hand and instantly see what it is going to look like, and if you are intimadated by HTML and the likes, then you can use Dreamweaver to do things totally visually. Good stuff I tell ya.