If I use ADOBE RGB, they look washed out in Photoshop. But what I was really wanting to know is this. Is there any point in using the Adobe RGB color space in the camera? If using the sRGB color space in the camera improves the look of the colors in the jpeg's and has no effect on the NEF file, why not just use sRGB all the time? All of the local professional and non-professional photo labs where I live want the files to be sRGB jpeg's (or tiff's). I thought using the sRGB color space in the camera would affect the RAW file, but, apparently it doesn't so I now use sRGB. When I recently went on a vacation and took 8000 photos, I really don't have time to fix all of them and I found the sRGB space does improve the color of the jpeg's.