I have just been experimenting with the UFRAW editor which is fully compatible with SD14 RAW files. UFRAW may be used as a stand alone tool or as a plug-in for the Gimp open source image editor. This means that Linux / Unix users have a mechanism with which to manipulate Sigma RAW images (in the absence of a Photo Pro for Linux). The functionality of UFRAW is basic, but adequate for most purposes and images may be exported from there into the Gimp from where they may be saved in a variety of file formats.
I thought this was worth re-stating in case there are any die-hard Linux / Unix users wishing to make use of SD14 RAW files. No doubt there are a few other plug-ins out there which perform the same function, if one looks around for them.
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