There is a major glich rendering image uploads completely unusable. If you care for having your blog search engine optimized (talking about on site SEO) and have your image uploads linked to a page, it is impossible to achieve due to the glitch in the script.
If you set your Options >> Permalinks to Default, it will work. You can upload an image and have its thumbnail linked to a page, in which case the Send To Editor option will link it to a page with the end similar to this one:
If however you choosed to have your URLs contain your title for keyword relevancy - such as in my case, I chose Options >> Permalink >> Custom and I entered /%category%/%postname% to define it - in this case, after you have uploaded your image and chose to have the thumbnail linked to the page, WP will generate the link that points to a non existent page. The url that Send To Editor button creates contains the title of an image and what not - overall useless cause it simply links to a non existent page.
If you go to edit that bad link, WP will recerse it as you hit SAVE back to that useless link that doesn't work (404 error as a result).
Is this anything that's going to get fixed soon so the search engine friendly link it generates actually works and opens a page with image as it's supposed to? I'm a first time user and I'm definitely not impressed. I have seen bad scripts in my life, but I've never expected so many problems right from the first minute of use...