I'm not sure what you're saying. It's all data whether it's managed by MySQL or SQLite. I'm not interested in how either or them does what it does. What I *am* interested in is managing my data. I agree that Tiger doesn't provide tools for SQLite other than the command line or Core Data, but it seems to me that there is certainly a place for a tool that allows users to manipulate SQLite databases created by the system. Things like Safari's RSS feeds and whatever Aperture does.
> there are no 'management' tools per se.
There is, in fact, SQLite Manager: