Hi Marco, I know what you mean. I also use RS premium... It's a fast RAW processor. (look here) Anyway, just remember when you modify RAW files, its properties doesn't really get changed physically or directly. The settings you apply to it are just saved as a separate file, if it cannot be integrated within the RAW file's metadata. But these settings aren't permanent and can be changed and tweaked anytime you work with the file. That's the beauty of RAW, all changes are reversible, unlike working with destructive JPGs.