I've been looking to find a way to correct distortion caused by extra wide angled lenses, I'm tired of manual correction with ACDSee Pro but I like how it handles ORF files otherwise. So I thought I'd take a look at PTLens. I realize I can download the free trial, but it is only good for 10 photos, and more subtle, less obvious, issues may not get noticed until several months of extended use. The problem I see, is that while the website lists several m4/3s lenses as supported and most of the popular 4/3s DSLR lenses, it list NO m4/3s cameras as being supported, only regular 4/3s cameras are listed as supported. My question is, how important is Camera support? What does this lack of camera support mean in terms of how well PTLens will work overall? Also, in terms of workflow, would you suggest the following work flow or something else (or does it matter all that much?) Set basic raw dev settings, in ACDSee Develop Tab Convert to 16 bit tiff file Correct distortion Finish up with any other plugins,and non raw editing What I'm asking in the second question, I guess, is do you correct distortion as a last step, or should it occur before the cropping and other non raw edits? What seems most appropriate to you? Edit: I've cross posted this to DPR retouching forum for a more generic response, if you see it there, please forgive me.