So I finally went to a full frame camera - I am very (very) impressed with this camera in low light - even if I throw it in auto (such as when i first opened it, or when my wife uses it) and let the camera decide, it does a terrific job. Most times though, I like to use it in full manual and RAW. One question for those of you using high MP cameras... the RAW file sizes seem to be in the 20-25 mb range which I expected. I understand the value of shooting RAW to edit, but once you are happy with the adjustments, do you loose anything converting the finished file to a JPEG? Other than the ability to further manipulate the image with the same range of choice? I am somewhat of a noob in this arena, but unless I am mistaken, you dont loose any detail, resolution, color, etc by going to JPEG vs RAW right? You just cant edit as well on JPEG? I realize I can fairly cheaply swap out hard drives to get more storage, but 25mb file sizes will gobble up even large hard drives in a hurry. Nature of the beast I guess, but curious if I loose anything by shooting in RAW, editing, and then converting to JPEG? What are all you guys/girls doing out there?