GregWard, interesting and valid points! I'm next in line who experiences the combination of the kind Fuji (X-T2, X-A1) and arrogant Adobe (APE14). Since I've done a deeper step into digital photography I am more and more convinced (by today, they say could be different soon) that nothing can compensate a bad shot. Post processing can do a shot look different, but can not make a good shot from a bad one (while the opposite is true), maybe just less bad. So, mastering the camera is still the essential virtue of the photographer. It all starts and ends with the sharpness. If then you would like to apply a change to a good shot - any decent post processing SW is good enough!