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I've never understood this thinking.
I have used DPP many many times, I still have the latest version on my PC for when I want to do a quick conversion, but LR is just so much better, more versatile and with so many more features and abilities I have never done a conversion in DPP which touched it's LR equivalent.
Yes, I use gradient fills, local adjustments, selective sharpening and all the other things LR does that DPP doesn't but I just don't see the results from DPP are as good.
DPP is decent enough seeing it's free, but that's about all I can say on a positive - it's not very good at extracting very fine detail. It's horrible to use and has a terrible interface. Canon really needs to employ some good UI software people.