I have owned my first Fuji (XE2) for not quite a year now, and so far, I have been shooting RAW almost exclusively. But now I'm ready to try Fuji JPGs, and I'm looking for resources to help me puzzle out the many camera settings that affect in-camera JPGs. I believe I understand most of the parameters well enough to get started - except for one. What's the deal with the Dynamic Range settings? When I first got the camera I investigated Fuji's Dynamic Range just enough to decide that for a RAW-only shooting leaving it off (DR-100%) seemed like a reasonable option. But for a JPG-only-shooter, the answer is less clear. What I've read about Fuji's DR settings so far has helped, but I'm not quite "there" yet. Rico Pfirstinger says <Please login or register to view links> "For photographers who don’t process their RAW files manually and instead want their camera to produce finished JPEGs, the DR function is essential." What do experienced Fuji JPG shooters use for DR settings? Is "DR-Auto" good enough, or are situations when either DR-200% or DR-400% should be specified? Do you "set it and forget it" - or do you decide on a scene-by-scene basis whether you want DR on or off ? Obviously, I'll need to do some testing tomorrow (if we get some sunlight).