WYSIWYG ImageField is my latest Drupal module, a module designed to help bridge the gap between WYSIWYG based inline image management and the power of The CCK based ImageField module.
It originally came about while working on a site for a client, the designer had provided guidelines on how inline images should be rendered, with multiple options, to keep a clean look to the site content. Unfortunately the standard behavior was to use the IMCE module to give the client a seamless WYSIWYG experience. The obvious negative to this practice is the lack of control and extensibility one could achieve by the use of the ImageField module.
My previous thoughts on this issue (because it is an all to common issue) was to go with a simple configuration of ImageField and the Insert module, coupled with a few ImageCache presets. While this worked fine for me, it just wasn't as simple and as integrated as IMCE for a client to wrap their head around.
So WYSIWYG ImageField took this original concept with the intent of bringing it inside of the WYSIWYG environment.
The concept is rather simple really, a jQuery UI dialog wrapper for an ImageField, triggered by a WYSIWYG plugin, with additional support for the FileField Sources module, customized with a predefined View to bring an IMCE-esque Image Library for referencing previously uploaded images. Simple...
The module itself is basically just a glue code, and was originally intended to be a feature, leveraging the power of preexisting modules instead of attempting to reinvent the wheel, and bringing them all together in a nice clean package.
There will no doubt be further updates in the near future, especially after gathering some user feedback, but in the mean time, head over to the project page and check out the initial release.