Would love any and all comments, please I've been keeping my RAW in LR, but that means any and all adjustments are LR database adjustments. With the need to upgrade my computer, the changes in LR licensing, etc. etc. has got me thinking how do I protect this stuff long term? Printing is certainly one option, and I need to do more of that. But jpg also seems like a very stable format. I never go back any more and adjust RAWs. I've got 6700 RAW photos from various cameras dating back to around 2009. Is it crazy to start thinking about session based RAW processing rather than "storage forever." That is, process the RAW, export it to jpg, and move one? I suppose I could archive the RAW somewhere "just in case" but the main storage would be all in jpg. The side benefit is I could separate photo organization and storage from my RAW developer. Right now they are one in the same, and that's really just Lightroom as an option, but if I separate them, I'm more free to consider other tools or approaches. What do other folks do with your RAW?