I have decided that I am sick and tired of seeing "reviews" of new cameras that rely upon and show us only JPEGs done in-camera (worst) or JPEGs that someone processed from RAW using some unknown technique in Lightroom or using defaults in other programs. Unless I know the reviewer personally and I know his/her knowledge of the RAW converter being used, I will assume that any image posted on the web in a so-called "review" is completely worthless and does not reflect the true performance of the camera/lenses. Even those reviews that compare two cameras side-by-side using the same unknown technique are worthless in that they do not show what each camera is truly capable of producing in the right hands. Processing two files, even of the same studio scene, identically from two different cameras in the hopes of showing some difference is lunacy.
Reviewers - do us all a favor: post RAW files (from those cameras that produce them) with the circumstances of the exposure and let us process the images ourselves or send them to people we know and trust to process in the right way with the right tools. Web posted JPEGs are all terrible and tell us nothing.
By all means tell us your opinions and impressions of the camera and its images, but don't try showing us you're right by only looking at and showing us JPEGs.