I recently read an article on Fujirumors.com about sharpening Fuji files. The article stated that LR still causes worm artifacts. Which I've heard about but never given any thought to. Due to me not shooting foliage and grass. And I did most of my post work in Capture One. Having recently reacquired LR I felt this could be an area of concern. So, I checked out some recent photos which I had run through LR. Sure enough, the wormy artifacting was there. Apparently directly affected more by the detail slider than the sharpening slider. I ran the same image through C1. The artifacts were not present in the C1 edit. Adobe still has some work to do with it's algorithms for Fuji files. Which they will have to do given Fuji's ever increasing presence in the market, including more and more professional shooters. If you're still with me at this point and haven't already moved on or started typing your reply. This is the most important thing to remember. To see the worm artifacts in the images, they must be enlarged to 2:1 in LR. Or to 100-200% crop. While this is a real issue, it is an issue to pixel peepers and discovered by pixel. Of the images I have posted here, on social media, and other sites edited in LR. A total of 0 people have pointed out the artifacts. I haven't ordered any prints, but I'd bet the artifacts won't show up.