JPEG Work Flow? I've never worked with JPEG, just RAW so I"m not up on the work flow. After import do I need to convert all JPEGS to TIFFS before I process in Lightroom so I don't degrade the files? Look forward to having some fun with my new G7.
Good question Max. Indeed I, too, have spent so much time working with images that start in RAW format that it took me a bit of time to orient myself.
But basically I handle the G7 image files the same as RAW image files. After copying from SD cards and renaming each file I import them into the Lightroom data base and assign keywords. From that point the images just merge into the library. Lightroom's Develop module handles them identically to RAW images, although 8-bit JPGs do not afford the generous adjustability that RAWs do. Lightroom creates an intermediate TIF when you need to step out to CS2 (and choose the option to edit a copy of the file). Saving your CS2 edits saves to the TIF (by default) which appears separately in the library.
Dealing with JPGs is really not much a detour at all in Lightroom.