I recently got Optics Pro 8 (they were giving it away for free) and started shooting raw. I find that it's default settings produces slightly nicer looking overall JPGs than the camera itself does. Additionally, I have noticed that almost every shot seems to benefit from one to three clicks to a higher color temperature. This is most evident in skin tones (particularly my fair skinned daughters), which the camera seems to render in a flat, too-cool color much of the time. The camera has quite a few color temperature presets, as well as a manual option and a fine adjustment where you can tweak the hue via amber/blue and green/magenta shifts. The hue seems to be OK most of the time, occasionally taking a click in either the green or magenta direction but never more than one. There's also a bracketing feature but I'm not too keen on double or tripling the number of files I'm generating! Any tips on getting the camera dialed in better up front, or Optics Pro 8 workflow hints?