I stare at a computer all day for my job (and I guess these boards, lol). "Forcing" myself to work on RAW shots is not my thing. At least not for my daily "fun" shooting. I am very pleased with the a6000 for jpgs. I have found two settings that are blowing me away. First, I use "clear" as the creative style. I don't remember this being on the NEX cameras, but I love it's balance of contrast, color and sharpening. Second, I love the fact that the a6000 has a 12MP option. To me, 12MP is a near-perfect size. I like that I can fall back on 24MP if needed, but for most of my shooting, which involves only light cropping and recomposing, 12MP is more than enough, it keeps the file sizes (and therefore the working speed on my 2009 Mac) well in hand, and I swear it helps with DR, lol. I'll need to run some closer checks on this, though. Another thing about the a6000 that I love. I find the metering much more even and predictable than either my Sony a7 (where it always seems to meter dark, so I need +2/3 EV) or my old NEX6, which seemed inconsistent. I had a NEX6 up until March last year. I liked the output, but I never liked the camera. I left NEX because I had read the a6000 had a bad EVF and no horizon level. The new price of the a6000 brought me back (got mine for $348), and I'm glad I gave it a try! Any other a6000 jpg shooters? Settings or experiences or tips?