Oops, I think I put my question in the wrong place and can't see how to get rid of the last one, so here it is:
Maybe this was already answered. If so, sorry. My question is about using the color space Adobe RGB which is shown for all of the banks. I used Adobe RGB for a long time, but all of my jpeg images looked washed out. When I switched to sRGB, the jpeg's look much better, better color. And if I understood Winston Hall correctly, using sRGB doesn't make any difference if you are also shooting RAW. In the last class I took, I think he suggested always using sRGB as the color space for just that reason; color in jpeg's is better and it doesn't have any effect on the NEF file. Thanks.