I have three Canon bodies, 5D, 50D and 7D. If I take a shot using the three bodies and appropriate lenses and convert the raw files I end up with two images with near identical tonal characteristics and one constantly warmer or slightly over saturated. The white balance numbers for all three cameras are nearly identical for the same shot but the 7D's images have this warmer, saturated look. Occasionally this enhances an image but more often than not requires fiddling in PP to correct it. This is particularly true for landscapes. There is little difference between DPP, Capture One or AcdSee Pro in the presentation of the converted files or for that matter in the in-camera jpegs. This shows up in prints or on my calibrated Eizo monitor. I am beginning to dislike the files which is a pity as it is a great camera in other respects. Is this a general characteristic of the 7D or is mine exhibiting a tolerance fault?