I gave their Sony users version a try today and ran into a major problem. Opening ARWs from my a6000, resulted in an image that was much more saturated, and color shifted than expected. Reds and greens dominant, contrast pretty strong. I didn't think much of this since it's an unedited raw image. And it's been discussed how their defaults are different than LR. Made the adjustments to my liking, and went to save it as JPEG. I opened the JPEG and it is much greater in exposure +1EV and the colors were off, a lot of blue hue that wasn't present in the C-1 viewer window. It isn't WYSIWYG. To eliminate user errors, I reset the adjustments and directly saved what was initially shown after opening RAWs. The resulting JPEGS (and TiFFs) once again don't match up with saturation and exposure differences. Far more over-exposed (brighter) than expected. I'm using sRGB for JPEG saving, and the viewer is Faststone 5.5. ADDENDUM: (I imported the resultant JPEG back into C-1 and it matches the opened ARW. So this seems to be an internal C-1 9 issue.) ADDENDUM 2: I decided to open the JPEG in different apps. In MS Paint, Faststone 5.5, Paint.Net, Libre Office Draw, and Firefox, the image is translated brighter and less saturated. In C-1 9 and Windows Photo Viewer, the JPEG matches the opened ARW in C-1. ?? B&W adjustments in C-1 results in a greenish image, not gray. But opening the saved JPEG externally will return a B&W image. So C-1 is not accurate straight out of the box! Has anyone else run into this issue? Is there a color palate/white balance option, as I haven't found it. Does this app need calibration before colors are accurate?