...Now I got myself looking at the A6500 files and I've started pining for that. A6000/A6300/A6500, same sensor, and the files really do look good. Just no bad habits, solid high quality, no drawbacks in any way. They seem to play nice with ACR too.
Dang it. I hate it when I get a burr under my saddle like this. A flareup of my "TOCD"—techie OCD.
(No thanks to Ken for his comment!)
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