Hi, Since Lightroom version 1 is coming out, and I'd be quite interested to use it for real wedding jobs. I've tried Beta 4 and liked the interface and ease of control. However, there's one problem I couldn't solve. It's whether Lightroom would read the in-camera settings already in the NEF file. For example, if I set in my D200 the sharpening to be high, saturation high, etc, and I shoot RAW + Jpeg, I'll have 2 files. One "cooked" jpeg, and one NEF file. In Windows Picture Viewer or in photoshop when I open up the jpeg I'll see the jpeg as I've shot it. However, when I open up the NEF with Photoshop (Adobe Raw) or Lightroom, everything look pale and different. I figured it's because the sharpening, saturation, etc, wasn't loaded by those programs. If I open the NEF with Nikon Capture Editor, the photo would look the same as the jpeg, because it understands all the settings. I shoot in RAW only in a typical wedding job, and I'd like to use Lightroom for editing the photos, but it'd be a waste of time if the in-camera settings are lost (I know that the white-balance can be set to "As-shot", so that doesn't count), and I have to re-do all the adjustments. Is what I'm experiencing normal? Or is there any way to set the Lightroom so that I can read the settings in the NEF file? Thank you very much.