Purchased an E-PL2 about a week ago. So far I like it - though I'm not overly impressed with the sharpness of the kit lens. I've never had a camera that produces RAW files so that aspect is new to me, and so far I really like working with them. In fact I've switched to RAW only mode on the camera because I don't see any need for the camera to produce JPEGS. The Olympus Viewer 2 Windows program can replicate ALL the options and settings that are in the camera including the cool ART filters and Scene modes. To me it doesn't make any sense to worry about white balance, filters, sharpness, noise reduction, and all the other other settings while I'm taking pictures. It seems that if I concentrate only on focus, framing, and exposure, and get those things right, then I can worry about all the other stuff later when I develop the RAW images. This greatly reduces my mental workload while taking pictures and makes it that much more enjoyable. Anyway, since I'm new to this, I'm just wondering if my logic is in some way flawed here? Is there a compelling reason to fiddle with all the other stuff if I'm shooting RAW?