I only shoot in raw,it's not just to just convert it to jpeg. When you shot in jpeg the camera makes a guess at what you want, sets white balance and sharpens the picture. I just do it myself after i take the pictures (my screen at home is better than the cameras) do you want to call that PP skills? I'm also no expert on it btw, but we had so few examples of Olympus camera lens so i posted so give some feedback to owners. Olympus makes objectively "the best" lens for any DSLR. Also, when new materials are developed for ccd/cmos sensors (like black silicone that is 100-500 times more sensitive to light) four-thirds cameras will show off its digital only design. (i'm sure full frame will also be great..but large lens are hard and expensive to perfect)
I wish I had the $$ for the 12-60mm and if you want to wait and save to get it (its almost double the price) it would be worth it. It also has a very nice AF motor much like the canons (but faster
I might just end up keeping the 14-54mm and buy the new 9-18mm 1:4.0-5.6 when it hits the market.
I will post a raw picture just for comparison.