So I tried shooting my latest set of images in RAW. I liked the format a lot. I am used to adjusting photos, and I liked the features. What I found disillusioning was the memory disappearing much faster than I expected, and this was an important shoot so that I had to eliminate some of the earlier images on the camera and when I downloaded my images I see why, it seems that there are identical JPG files of the RAW photos side by side. I always have used the high res JPG format in the past. What the heck is that about? What am I doing wrong with my setup? I am using a Canon 40D. I was switching back between P and some of the Creative settings, which do not record in RAW, is that causing the double up? My 2Gb card was filling faster than a plugged sink! I am also using Canon's Digital Photo Professional program as a starting platform to catalog photos and send to PhotoPaint for touchup, if that means anything.