Well, the season has started, though I would see if there are any new/better techniques for my biggest problem. I shoot in lighting that is horrible. I used to do a manual white balance back when I used D1 series cameras, but have used AWB for the last couple of years. As those of you that shoot under the lights know, the WB changes from shot to shot in a sequence with some lighting. I shoot RAW+JPG, but will admit that I don't take the time to piddle with the raw files except for the very best shots. As I recall, even when using manual WB, the white balance changed from shot to shot. Guess I could try MWB again, but.. Is there a technique that I am missing out on? Cameras are Nikon D600 and D800, running at around ISO6400 in the home gym. The lights are horrible.