I'm sure I'm being stupid here, but I can't figure this one out. I'm shooting my GF2 in RAW+Jpeg while I try out settings and profiles to get a look I like. When I view the files (using Faststone Image Viewer or Lightroom) there is no perceiveable difference between the RW2 file and the Jpeg. Now I'm not talking in terms of quality - the JPEGs clearly have in camera sharpening applied etc whereas the RW2 files need post processing added for sharpness But in terms of colour reproduction, contrast, dynamic range they look identical. I would have expected the RW2s to be very flat compared to the JPEGs. Indeed this is the case on my Nikon D3100 when I shoot the same way, the RAW files are instantly distinguishable from the camera processed JPEGs. But on the GF2, they are the same. Now I'm pretty sure neither Faststone or Lightroom are applying any kind of camera profile to the RW2 files. Is it just a fluke perhaps that my in camera settings for JPEGs happens to closely match the default RAW output? Sorry if I'm being a fool!