I don't know anything about PureRaw. Maybe it's there just as a plug-in for Lightroom? (I'm just guessing here). I do enjoy DXO PL4 very much as I'm not an Adobe user. But I have seen it bog down if you work on a folder with a really high number of images (for those cases I use FastRaw Viewer to rank & reduce the # of photos first), but I still end up using PL4 and am quite happy with it. I guess the question might be whether you want to consider an alternate post path instead of staying with Adobe?Question for DxO users: Is the DeepPrime in DxO PhotoLab the same as the DxO PureRaw? I'm trying to justify the $129 price tag on DxO PureRaw after using the 30 day trial. I thought it was a great tool to reduce noise and provide a much more clear image in Lightroom. It seems you get a lot more with PhotoLab but if the DeepPrime denoise tools are available in PhotoLab I don't understand why one would spend the same amount of money on PureRaw.