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Agreed, the Fuji jpeg's just come out of the camera with pretty much perfect color, WB, and sharpening, that except for tricking lighting situations, its difficult to really improve much upon them, or at least in my case, my processing typically ends up looking just like the jpeg version.
Camera's Ive owned in the past required RAW, because the jpegs were so poor, either super soft, or with weird color cast etc, but Fuji really has avoided all those issues.
I sometimes do raw+jpeg, but hardly ever go back and redo the raws unless I blew the exposure.
As I've continued on as a photographer, I find I enjoy processing less and less, and really like to just make a few quick tweaks to an already good looking jpeg via software like the NIK bundle, then share on web, facebook etc.
The days of spending 20-30 minutes on each image are largely over for me