Quote Originally Posted by fireframe
What do you find yourself tweaking with your RAW files most of the time? If there is a setting in your camera to correct it (WB, Tone, Contrast, Sharpening, etc), then adjusting it from the camera is the way to go. If all you do is resize and sharpen, RAW isn't really adding any benefit to the workflow.
Running on RAW for about 10 months, I can say you do not need to tweak RAW everytime. Just take a photo with correct White Balance and everything. On the PC, the RAW just reflect its setting without need you to tweak it (just like JPEG). But, if something goes wrong, with RAW, you have an extra to tweak it.