Ok, first things first. Have just finished watching the first three tutorials and, as expected, I wasn't disappointed - they were first class as usual so well done to both Michael and Jeff without forgetting all the backroom help of course. :-)
It's too late for this series of tutorials but could you perhaps note this request for the future? As I don't use my PC for silly games I have no need for additional plug-in type loud speakers and rely on the monitors in-built speakers. Using the OSD controls I have the volume set to 60% and for the odd few times where the output isn't sufficient I use the taskbar Realtek HD Audio Manager to up the volume a bit. Up until now the combination of these two has always sufficed and as with any speaker control I don't particuarly like setting the volume to 100% as this introduces noise. I have found that with both your latest series of tutorials i.e. Camera Raw and From Camera to Print I need to really jack up the volume and I wonder if in future you could kindly increase the recording volume a little bit. This will probably necessitate me reducing the speaker volume I know, but rather decrease it than increase it I say. Of course if I am the only one suffering from this problem then just take this post with a pinch of salt. :-(
As reference was made to Jeffs book - Camera Raw can I just add that I am almost half way through it and am finding it both extremely interesting as well as informative. My only critisism is in the style of writing used - subjective I know but I am finding forever changing from the first to the third person rather distracting. Perhaps this is as a result of him picking up the thread so to speak, I don't know, and of course only Jeff can answer that one.