I'm a new D700 owner and I'm curious about the D700's low ambient light abilities. It's obvious that the D700 is a great machine, but where does it do it's noise-reduction processing for each workflow (jpeg and RAW)? I'm logically assuming that a jpeg has the "advantage" of the EXPEED's full processing for noise reduction (as well as chromatic aberration reduction). Does the RAW file get any of this EXPEED noise reduction? In other words, is a low-light shooter better off shooting in jpeg, or RAW for cleaner pictures? Please use the assumption that I won't be using any noise-reduction software during RAW processing. Thanks for all your opinions. David.