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FWIW, I have been shooting pro out here in Hawaii and *only* jpeg for over 20 years.
From my studio work (fine art gallery exhibited my nude abstract bodyscapes for almost 2 years) to interiors (including the cover of Luxury Homes Magazine) to product shots, .jpeg has served me well.
That said, I *do* see an improvement in IQ from RAW.
IMO, if you *know* your exposures, and don't do batch processing, and don't plan to print bigger than 8x10, RAW offers little benefit. That said, some of my work at the gallery was much bigger than that and looked stellar (5Dc).
Now that I have a 5D2 and Photoshop CS6 as well as LR4, I am exploring RAW more, but my workflow (especially on family portraits and small weddings) is so set, that I won't switch from .jpeg.
If I were capturing a scenic, surely I would opt for RAW for the pure latitude, lossless format, and exposure control.