Ok, my initial exuberance with my new camera is slowly waning. Yes, the Fuji is a lovely camera to shoot with, and produces wonderful Jpegs. For street work and travel it's unbeatable. So good I had all but made up my mind to source a used XT-3 for my landscape images, as the X100F is limited with it's fixed focal length. I took the X100F on a landscape/woodland shoot to see what I could do with the RAW files. It has the same sensor as the XT-3 so would be a good test of what it could do. What could possibly go wrong? WORMS, that's what could go wrong. The RAW files are awful, at least in Lightroom. The artefacts are almost impossible to get rid of. The RAW files from my old D5100 are much cleaner. Now some will say this is pixel peeping, and they won't show in print, but they are there, and I want to start processing with the cleanest image possible. I'm led to believe that 'Capture One' makes a better job of rendering the RAF files than Lightroom, but I'm invested in Lightroom and Photoshop so don't want to change, and shouldn't have to. I've tried the 'Enhance Detail' option in Lightroom, which is slightly better. I've tried 'Iridient X Transformer' (Yes, there is a dedicated RAW converter just for Fuji files as it's a known issue!), no better. To say I'm disappointed is an understatement, but at least I found out before investing any further. I will keep the X100F as it's a great camera to always have with me, but those RAW files! Come on Fuji/Adobe, get your heads together on this one.