I have just completed a frantically busy job using Lightroom 5 to collect images before going off to Photoshop and I have to say the shortcomings of using a Nikon for the job are twofold and serious. Firstly, you don't get a preview on the back of the camera, second you don't get a back-up image on the SD cards. What really caps it all is, (and is Adobes fault AFAIK), if you are working in Lightroom and trying to select an image or images when the tethered shooter takes another shot, the ruddy selected image jumps to the latest image even if you are mid click and drag of a different image. When it is a Canon, at least the first two problems don't occur, but the third makes shooting tethered in Lightroom a complete joke unless you are just shooting tethered to look at the pretty pictures on a screen!
Does anybody have any ideas on if you can get round that Lightroom problem, or if not, any suggestions of another program to collect the images before taking them into PS which does not have the selection priority problem that Lightroom has?