Overall, we are quite impressed with the design, interface, and output images from DP HDR, but there are a couple of areas where MediaChance needs to get itself up to speed in the next build. Right now, DPHDR cannot scrape EXIF data from RAW files. They do have a workaround during the HDR-gen step where EV can be manually input, which, while not the perfect solution, does work. With JPEG images, if it cannot scrape the EXIF data (which happened to us with source images from the Canon EOS 1D Mark III, but not the Pentax K10D), DPHDR will "guess" the EV offset for HDR-gen. Again, it's not the ideal method, but it works well enough. Once DPHDR improves its RAW support, this could very well be the leading standalone HDR program in a very competitive field with such worthy players as Photomatix Pro and FDRTools. As it stands now, it's a pretty amazing program for less than $40, and once they get their RAW issued cooked, it will be even more impressive.