Funny thing, you'd almost think it was designed to make it that easy for you.
If you're right about that, that is about the only thing that was designed to make it easy.
For instance, I set up three folders, one called RAW, into which I copy or use Bridge to copy, the X3f files onto the computer.
The second file is called Converted Raws, into which I save the white balanced Tiff's. It is also the Lightroom watched folder so that LR imports the Tiff's, moving them into the third folder. I then do some processing in LR on the Tiffs.
My plan for the future, when LR supports the camera, I'll simple import with move from RAW to my standard folder structure.
One of my problems with SPP is that it forgets where I last saved images, and have to tell it to copy to Converted Raws, then OK the selection of the output folder and then OK the save.