What I understand from reading the forum is that iPhoto 6 supports RAW for importing (and viewing?) without changing it to JPEG. But when you edit the photo (exposure, brightness, etc.) iPhoto automatically creates a JPEG duplicate. Did I get it right? Why then would you work with RAW? I mean, RAW files edit much better than JPEGs, so when iPhoto creates a JPEG all advantages are gone... I read this can be solved by using another program for editing (an iPhoto 6 feauture), but then you're not able to just hit "Done" and get the edited RAW back in iPhoto. Any chance that iPhoto 7 will be able to actually edit in the RAW format?