So, I'm getting quite close to getting a new camera body, almost certainly either a GX85 or E-M10 ii. One of the key reasons I want to upgrade is that I'm tired of fiddling around with post-processing. I appreciate post-processing, but the reality is that I don't end up producing photos that look vastly better than straight-out-of-camera jpegs. (Well, they are better than G5 jpegs, which is why I want to upgrade.) I had been planning to shoot RAW+jpeg, use the jpegs by default, and then post-process RAW files where either I found the jpeg unsatisfying or felt it was a really special picture meriting extra work. Then, I thought to myself, "Hey, do Olympus Viewer and Silkypix process RAW files and produce jpegs that are identical to their default SOOC jpegs?" And then I though, "And hey, will Olympus Viewer and Silkypix also by default use any in-camera jpeg choices I make? (Like black and white modes.)" If so, could I not use Olympus Viewer or Silkypix instead of fussing around with RAW+jpeg? It'd handle my postprocessing needs by default in most cases and, for those files where I really wanted to postprocess, I could use Lightroom. So, do Olympus Viewer and Silkypix behave this way? Are they decent software? Or is this idea nuts? The problem with Lightroom is that the default RAW import basically never satisfied me and I don't want to have to go through and create a bunch of presets when Olympus and Panasonic have already done so.