I'm getting desperate here. I shoot in RAW + JPEG Fine. I've noticed this problem before and it seems like on my past 3 or 4 shoots its been consistent that once I get my images onto my computer the JPEGs look good but the RAW files look flat and lifeless, the colors are off, etc. No amount of white balance adjustment saves them. What is going on with my equipment here? Here is an example, both pictures pulled straight from the camera. The RAW file was opened in Adobe CS2, left the white balance as "As Shot" to keep things equal between it and the JPEG, then both were resized equally. No other changes were made so this is as straight-from-the-camera as it gets. This is becoming increasingly frustrated as I'm doing paid shoots and this is just unacceptable to me. Untouched JPEG Untouched RAW The contrast and saturation is +1 on my camera so I dont know if that effects the JPEG and now the RAW file but even with the settings leveled out I still get this same effect. The JPEG is exactly as the scene looked to my eye. The RAW file looks nothing like the car actually did on that shot.