Hi, Has anyone here tried making their own profiles for Neat Image? I was disappointed with the results, and wanted to show them to you to see if I was being unrealistic in my expectations. Here are 2 crops of the same picture at 100% resolution, one before, and one after, using the profile I made for Neat Image. The picture was taken at sunset, ISO 200. This was the noisiest part of the picture. You're looking at a rear window of a pickup truck as seen through the front window. Here is before: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) and after: View attachment 21031 My steps to make the profile were to take a picture of the monitor that was displaying the calibration target. I had the focus set to infinity to produce the blur. I brought the RAW photo of the target into Nikon Capture, then converted to TIF. I opened the TIF in Photoshop, opened it with Neat Image and made a profile and saved the profile. The picture of the truck was taken in RAW, opened in Nikon Capture, converted using the same settings as I did for the calibration target, saved as a TIF and opened in Photoshop, then opened in Neat Image. I simply loaded the profile I had made, and applied the noise filter settings and saved. I saved both before and after TIF's, cropped and saved as .JPG, quality 12. I can see a slight improvement, but it just isn't as much as I had anticipated. So, am I doing something wrong, or is there just too much noise for Neat Image to handle automatically using a profile? Should I just be happy with the improvement?