I'm aware of the benefits of shooting in RAW when it comes to white balance and exposure, but I've seen samples comparing RAW and JPEG with the RAW file being much sharper from the NEX 5. My question is: how'd they do that? Is it that RAW files are able to be sharpened more in something like Lightroom? Is it that you have more data to work with, so your adjustments don't show as much? I'm going to shoot in RAW this weekend and try to see if it makes a difference in my image quality in the final product, but I'd like to hear from people that shoot RAW on a regular basis and have some real world experience with the difference in image quality.