GSP PhotoArt comes on 3 CDs. Upon installation all 50,000 photos are left behind on the CDs with only thumbnail versions being loaded onto your PC. A bespoke application is used to search through the thumbnails and preview the photos.
My screen is a 21" monitor at 1680x1050 resolution and the thumbnails are quite small and not very good at helping me to decide if a photo is suitable. The thumbnails are not re-sizable: one size fits all. Like it or lump it.
So, click on the thumbnail to see the full photo and you're prompted to insert the right CD so that the photo can be viewed. Wait for CD to spin up and the photo appears. You could see this as a neat, helpful request. Or, when searching for a particular sort of photo, can see this as a nagging "change to this CD, no change to that CD, no put the original CD in now" and so on. The collections are spread seemingly randomly across several CDs too - so concentrating just on one category (eg "People") doesn't keep the application from asking you to insert different CDs. Quite annoying.
I'd ignore the superlatives ("Stunning collection") in the description if I were you. Photo quality is good, but image size is a bit pants with most photos being quite small (around 300x200 pixels). Not sure how the package blurb "select your own print resolution for high quality print results" could be substantiated by a 300x200 image. It's quite amazing how one still cannot find suitable photos in 50,000 images, though.
The application comes with some basic preparation tools (crop, resize, flip etc) which allow you to prepare the image before you drag and drop it into your application (eg word processor).
It's a good collection of photos with some semi-helpful manipulation tools but is technically implemented quite badly and not designed for any semi-professional use (eg your small-business's website). You get what you pay for. Give it to your kid for his birthday.