Gosh, thanks guys.
I just pull the jpegs out of my camera, do a tiny bit of processing on the images (clone and heal the specs of dust that have taken residence on the sensor, grrr) and I post.
That's all - I am sooooo busy these days, there's no time for 'real' processing of the photos.
Which is my excuse for not going RAW. Just no time for all the postprocessing that RAW entails.