So FINALLY Apple released an update for Aperture to include RAW support for my OM-D E-M5 and I couldn't wait to finally process all my RAW photos through Aperture. I had been running everything that was shot RAW through Olympus Viewer 2 (OV2) to process and convert to TIFFs. I have to say that I'm extremely disappointed with the results from Aperture. I've been using Aperture for my Nikon NEF RAW files for years and had very good results but these .ORF files that I'm putting through Aperture are simply crushing. Here's a good example. The ORF file has so much latitude in the shadows that I can easily see details in OV2 and even still after exporting to a Tiff. But in Aperture those details simply disappear. No adjustments have been applied at all through Aperture or OV2. Am I missing something here or is Aperture just that bad at processing ORF files?