Ok first off, as an FYI, I pretty much shoot only in RAW, except in "snapshot" scenarios (out w/ family, random pics, etc). My camera comes with a lot of preprogrammed picture modes (landscape, portrait, standard, faithful, neutral, etc.), and you can customize a couple slots as well. And as most of you probably already know, these settings adjust for contrast, saturation, sharpness, etc. For the past month I have been using the Neutral setting, because I don't remember who and when it was on these boards, but I remember someone saying its the best one to use, because it leaves more creative room in PP. But I just read a review just now that said, based on their tests the Faithful setting was the most color accurate setting on the camera (matched true colors more consistantly). I looked at the settings for both, and they are all set to 0 (saturation, sharpness, contrast, etc), and as far as I can see look exactly the same as far as the details of their settings go. SO my question to everybody is, canon and nikon users who might know alike, IS there an actual difference between these two settings, and if there is WHICH ONE should I be using as my regular, everyday setting?