It's a fake comparison because it's an apple (JPG "straight out of the camera") vs. an orange (processed RAW)
A true comparison would, in my mind, be a photo-editor processed JPG vs the same photo-editor processed RAW.
I see your point but I guess mine is that the jpeg is, of course, a processed RAW as well. It was simply processed for you
, in the camera rather than by you
, in an editor.
The other challenge is that *both* result in a jpeg eventually - there's no other way to display the damn thing.