Originally Posted by adc
...Another whole aspect of DSLR ownership is to shoot RAW. That allows you to change exposure, white balance etc. after the fact during post-processing, but requires the use of specialized SW to convert from RAW to JPEG. IMO, once you are past the basic experimentation, RAW is the way to go.
I couldn't agree more. Bronco, make sure you buy some memory cards. If you shoot any other format, you're losing some of the resolution you paid so much to obtain with a DSLR.