Stamper, I don't understand your post. Profiles available from Adobe for ACR were named ACR3.x, ACR4.x, etc. before they renamed the profiles to Adobe Standard. I don't remember which version of Photoshop first included Adobe Standard profiles, but it also included the ACR3.x and ACR4.x profiles. All of these profiles are camera specific. Adobe also released Camera Profiles for Nikon, Canon, and some others that give results very close to profiles used in the camera to generate JPG images. I have less problems with white balance values if the profile I use gives results in line with profiles that are available in the camera. Nikon calls their profiles Picture Control starting with the D300, and Adobe generated profiles that give result very close to these, which are the ones I am using. Nikon also allows you to modify these in their image processing software and in the camera. I am doing the same with ACR Camera profiles Adobe generated using the DNG Profile Editor and get very close agreement to the in camera profilbe modified in the camera.