I agree with your thoughts on JPEGs. I discard them after client review and only retain the raw versions for archive and further processing. The current bodies are very competent shooting JPEG. I recently did a shoot where I shot JPEG by mistake. (I should never set my camera up without wearing my glasses.) My D4 did a superb job with the JPEGs and no harm was done. I started digital with the D1 and I couldn't really live with the JPEGs it produced, so I have been a raw shooter ever since. Old habits die hard, I guess, 'cause most of the time the JPEGs are just fine.