Does anyone with an E-PL2 (or any Pen, I suppose) find any real advantage to shooting RAW? I've been used to it in the past with my D-SLR's, but having done various tests, and being quite adept with LR & PS, I just can't get a more pleasing or better image processing the RAW files v the JPEG's. All the JPEG's appear to need is a slight S-curve or a touch of Nik Pro Contrast and the balance between noise/sharpness/colour appears to be as good as it gets - no matter how hard I tried I just couldn't match them with a RAW file, plus the extra work involved is pretty off-putting for no real return. Leaving WB out of the equation (fixable in a JPEG anyway), and knowing from previous experience that the latitude for things like highlight recovery in Olympus RAW files is extremely limited anyway, does anyone find any real advantage to shooting RAW? Don't you just hate it that the Internet (well, people on it) make you feel like you're doing something wrong by shooting JPEG!