With the price of storage, both in-camera and in-computer, coming down more and more, why would one want to shoot in jpeg at all? I know about many of the rationales that people use to explain why they shoot in jpeg. The only one that makes sense to me is where one stores both RAW and jpeg of the same image on the memory card, so one can work with the jpeg version for quick evaluations.
I could repeat here all the sound reasons why you shoot RAW, but lets assume we all are well aware of those. So, assuming for this argument that the price of very large memory cards is not the issue and with the above exception for quick evaluation, why shoot in jpeg at all? Am I missing something here?